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People want to be able be able to go back to play WoW Classic

"The 1.12 version is the one we're working with and is the only thing we set out to achieve," Birmingham said. "We stated '1.12 was where the game was the patched most as well as the most comprehensive and also the one with the most balance.' That's what we aimed to have the systems run with regard to WoW Classic."

This doesn't mean that the game will be completely static, however. Although the intention is to keep the game in its current form in the 1.12 update in perpetuity the players will find various content unlocking as time passes and recreate the experience of being a player when the game was initially rolling out updates.

"People want to be able be able to go back to play WoW Classic as it was," Birmingham said. "We were looking to make something that was like it was a time-lapse however, we would like to be able to unlock these new content items in a progressive fashion. For example, Blackwind Lair, Ahn'Qiraj, as well as Naxxramas. We'd like those to be released with time, as communities are willing as they progress through those diverse parts of content. At the same time the systems overall we want to keep at 1.12. where we think they are the most comprehensive and balanced."

The idea of regular updates in the same way as they first appeared however, raises the issue of expansions. Blizzard has published seven expansions altogether. While later expansions like Legion and Battle for Azeroth would feel unnatural in the Classic framework It is logical that some players may wish to experience previous expansions, like The Burning Crusade or Wrath of the Lich King in the context of World of Warcraft Classic. Blizzard will not commit to this, but they haven't ruled it out.

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Sagelucy 13 october 2022, 5:49
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