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WoW Burning Crusade Classic content release timeline

World of Warcraft fans didn’t get a release date for the upcoming vintage expansion, The Burning Crusade Classic, during BlizzConline this year. But the developer did disclose some information about what to expect in terms of a content calendar once it does drop later this year.To get more news about buy wow items, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

The three raids released right when TBC comes out will represent all of the sources you need to load up on tier-four gear. They were all available when TBC was originally released and they’ll certainly give players a lot to digest right when Classic TBC goes live.

“We found in Classic that people really enjoy that gear progression, and that’s where all the tier four gear is, with those raids,” WoW Classic lead software engineer Brian Birmingham said.

Blizzard didn’t announce when Arena season one will start. But based on when the PvP content started in original TBC, it’s highly likely that we’ll see season one start shortly following the release of Classic TBC.

TBC’s original release date of Jan. 17, 2007 was followed closely by the start of season one on Jan. 30. The season then ended just under six months later on June 19. When TBC was originally released in 2007, Serpentshrine Cavern and The Eye at Tempest Keep were available, but they were locked behind long attunement questlines.

In Classic TBC, Blizzard will release these two raids together sometime after the expansion comes out. There’s no set amount of time post-release at which these raids are scheduled to come out, but using deductive reasoning, we can make an educated guess.As previously mentioned, we might expect to see this content come out around six months after TBC Classic is released because of when Arena season two originally released relative to TBC in 2007.

Meanwhile, this phase will include a slight change from the way TBC originally launched with the delay of Mount Hyjal’s release. Technically players could get into Mount Hyjal, but attunement requirements made it difficult.

“The reason that’s a change is, of course, Hyjal was originally available from the launch of Burning Crusade, but nobody could really get in there because of the way the attunements worked,” Birmingham said.

For Classic TBC, the attunement process will still exist but it won’t be nearly as difficult, according to Birmingham. To allow the game to flow naturally, the raid will be released in a separate phase from the game’s opening.

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