World of Warcraft (WoW) Classic Release Date and Time Guide

World Of Warcraft Classic Release Date Announced, Beta Starting This Week

World of Warcraft Classic is a faithful recreation of the original World of Warcraft: it runs a bit smoother on today's PCs, but the game still looks and feels like you're playing World of Warcraft from 2006. The game, the developer promised, would be just as it was around the time it first launched over a decade ago.

World of Warcraft is set to celebrate its 15th anniversary later this year, and Blizzard plans to kick off the festivities with the launch of World of Warcraft Classic, which will be available for free to all subscribers, on August 27.

If you can't wait to get a name for your character in WoW Classic, take note: we will open the character creation on Tuesday, August 13. Relive classic moments such as when Onyxia "spread terror from her lair", in Duskwallow Marsh, when Leeroy Jenkins did his thing, and more. Blizzard said that the dates are subject to change, and beta participants can be chosen on additional factors such as time subscribed to the game.

CLOSED BETA TEST & STRESS TESTS - Starting May 15, select WoW players will be invited to participate in a small-scale, focused closed beta test, helping ensure WoW Classic nails its goal of authenticity.

Blizzard will be also holding a stress test each month leading up to launch of the server. An official list of each region's release time for this particular release date was also revealed, and you can find this date and time list below. Content wise, World of Warcraft Classic will feature periodically rolled out patches that will arrive in the same original order of 2004.

The game is also part of the WoW 15th Anniversary, as well as the Warcraft 25th Anniversary, so expect more from this franchise throughout the year. And at the end of it all, players will be able to ride across Azeroth on the Obsidian Worldbreaker - a mount that bares a strong resemblance to Deathwing the Destroyer.

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