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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic Global Releas

  • World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic Edition will be available globally on September 26th, and this expansion pack includes returning content from the original WotLK in 2008, including Death Knight Class, Inscription Class, Northrend Flight, and more. Due to time zone issues, players in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia will have delayed access to the early hours of Monday or Tuesday, September 27th. This article will introduce players to World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic global release time announced, players can prepare enough WoW WotLK Classic Gold before the game goes live.


    Wrath of the Lich King Classic will be available globally simultaneously in the Americas, Europe, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia/New Zealand, although release times will vary by region, of course. No matter where you are, you can find official release times on the World of Warcraft website. However, for the Americas, we'll see the classic expansion on September 26th at 3:00pm PT or 6:00pm ET.


    On Blizzard's developer blog, fans can also take a closer look at the expansion's returning features. For example, players can read detailed posts about Death Knights and experience their gameplay before the current patch, or read the area guides for Zuldrak and Sholazar Basin. Interviews with the development team and their thoughts on specific aspects of the massive patch on the blog will further detail how they rebuilt Northrend from the ground up.


    With the full rollout of TBC Classic content, the developers recently announced the availability of the upcoming hero class Death Knight. New classes are available for all races, starting at level 55. Offering it ahead of the release of a new expansion is the first step in preparing players for the challenges they will face in Northrend.


    Because players start at level 55 and can only craft one DK per server, Blizzard is trying to give players a little time to get their characters to level 70 before the WoLK Classic starts.


    TBC was originally launched in January 2007 and WotLK in November 2008, almost two years later. By contrast, the TBC Classic was released in June 2021. This means that no matter when the WotLK Classic is released this year, it will be faster than when it was originally released.


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