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Blizzard Will Launch a Beta of The Burning Crusade in February According to a Leak

The future of WoW Classic is uncertain, and the fans are not sure about what will happen to this successful retro version of World of Warcraft that Blizzard released more than a year and a half ago.

In fact, the developer has launched a survey in which they ask their fans about what they expect from WoW Classic and what things they would like to see in the future to keep the game on trend.

The Naxrammas raid is the last update of World of Warcraft Classic and after its introduction it’s time to include the first expansion The Burning Crusade. This would mark a before and after in the game since the classic Vanilla would be left aside for this ‘modern’ expansion of the game.

Regarding this, Blizzard also talked about doing a total server reset before updating to The Burning Crusade and thus starting everything from scratch, but it’s not yet known for sure if this will be implemented or not.

WoW Classic leak found by Staysafe TV.

YouTube channel StaySafe TV made headlines in recent days for posting a WoW Classic leak that talks about the possible release date of The Burning Crusade beta.

In addition, the leak also reveals the supposed release date of this first expansion, so it has caused a lot of impact on the fans of this MMORPG. Likewise, StaySafe TV assures that they confirmed the information with a very reliable source close to Blizzard.

The Burning Crusade beta will launch on February.

According to the leak, Blizzard will launch a beta of The Burning Crusade during the month of February to do the corresponding tests before the introduction of a pre-patch on April 13 that will prepare the ground for the ultimate launch of TBC.

StaySafe TV ensures that The Burning Crusade will be added to WoW Classic on May 3. This date seems quite realistic as it gives Blizzard plenty of time to work on the expansion and make those decisions they have to make regarding the servers before officially launching it.

The BlizzCon will unveil the mistery.

Beyond all the speculation, what is clear is that in February we will know what will really happen with WoW Classic at BlizzCon. Blizzard will use its annual conference to give information on its biggest titles like World of Warcraft and Overwatch.

Until then, what you can do is buy wow classic gold online at GoldPiles to continue enjoying the last months that WoW Classic has left in its current state, despite the fact that the Naxrammas raid disappointed many due to its easy difficulty in comparison with the original that hardly anyone could beat during the past decade.

As always, we recommend not taking this information as completely true and not getting any illusions about it as it is not an official statement from Blizzard.

World of Warcraft is now available worldwide on Microsoft Windows PC and MAC OS.

Do you believe this leak is real? Is it a fake? What do you think?