The World of Warcraft Classic officially launched very soon on August 27, and before that developer Blizzard announced some important changes and updates.
Starting with Blizzard, it will remove the previous limit of three per account. On startup, players can make up to 10 kingdom characters; which works up to 50 in all classical fields.
On top of that, Blizzard has announced that it will open four more classic servers to help anticipate the long queues at startup. You can see the four new servers below. All the names are pretty good, but Bigglesworth probably takes the cake.
New Classic WoW Servers
For those lucky enough to play WoW Classic early, Bliz if players see servers marked "Full" or "High" population, they should try to play in any of the new spheres.
"We urge players in areas marked full or tall to plan to play in any of these new areas in order to avoid the longest queues and to help distribute the player population as evenly as possible and to provide the best gaming experience for all, "Blizzard said.
The WoW Classic introduces itself as" Azeroth as it was. "Blizzard claims that players can expect" true recreation of the original World of Warcraft, "featuring characters from models, combat mechanics and skill trees, such as they used to be that of 10 years. Access to the WoW Classic is included in the standard WoW subscription fee.