WoW Classic is finally reaching its next chapter, The Burning Crusade.
Burning Crusade Classic has plenty of hype behind it, and makes a ton of changes to the game, as well as introduces many new content areas.
With so much action as we approach TBC launch time - let's cover all the latest news, and prepare you for the hours leading up to the opening of the Dark Portal.
Latest - When Will TBC Servers Go Down?
We expect WoW Classic servers to go down at least an hour ahead of the Burning Crusade Classic launch - but Blizzard have yet to release the official schedule for this.
This means players can still hop into the game now to get ahead by getting in front of the Dark Portal early. Players can also get quests done and prepped to turn in right when the new expansion begins, getting up to a half a level of experience before setting foot in Outland.
Burning Crusade Classic will go live at 6pm EST on June 1, but servers will likely go down at least an hour beforehand for the changes to be pushed live.
Since this is not confirmed, check back in for all of the latest updates on when TBC servers will go live, and if TBC servers have gone down.
Dark Portal Pass, Deluxe Edition
For players wanting to go the extra mile to get some nice bonuses in WoW Burning Crusade Classic, the Dark Portal Pass and Deluxe Edition are some good options.
The Dark Portal Pass offers a level 58 character boost (one per account).
The Deluxe Edition offers this character boost along with new mounts, a month of game time, pets, and more.
Both of these deals will be available after the Dark Portal opens, so if you aren't satisfied with the class you've chosen, you can always boost your next choice (as long as it isn't a Draenei or Blood Elf, which can't be boosted).
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