Fans of the classic version of “World of Warcraft” will be able to receive more content for the game. Characters have been previously allowed at the rate of three per account, but that restriction has been removed. The game will also be receiving more content for players to try out.
A look at Blizzard’s forums indicated how community manager Kaivax detailed the changes in the game. The previous limitation on player’s accounts, which gave only three characters per player, has been revoked. It has been modified to allow each account to maintain 10 characters per realm in “WoW,” potentially giving 50 characters per player and allowing them to try out different character classes in the game.
Aside from that, players will also be able to explore new realms in English Language regions. Most are PVP, with the new realm Nethergrade Keep being designated as a “normal realm.” The others — Flamelash,
Phases 4, 5, and 6, meanwhile, will bring Zul’Gurub and the Green Dragons as well as the Ahn’Qiraj War Effort and raid, Tier 0.5 Dungeon gears, Relics, drop rates and location changes, as well as the Naxxramas and Scourge Invasion events.
The classic version of “World of Warcraft” brings players to the edition of the game before expansions and patches. This game will follow a natural cycle of growth and evolution, with different plans moving forward. Fans are hopeful that this growth will include a cycle that leads to the Wrath of the Lich King expansion, a highly regarded addition to the original game.
With all the additions, Blizzard is still asking for understanding from players and for them to try out realms that are not as crowded as the others. A significant size of crowds