The Wrath of the Lich King Classic release date was momentarily illuminated by Blizzard, as the most vigilant Wowhead users noticed. On the World of Warcraft website, there was a situation when an image with the September 26 release date of a new classic was unintentionally shown.
Those eager to return to the original servers of one of the most well-known add-ons can attempt to gain access to the PTA.
To take part, all you have to do is go to the game’s official web page and click the button there that allows you to take part in the beta test. The replica of the game’s second expansion, which was announced in April, would be available for any player with a current World of Warcraft subscription.
At the time, Mike Ybarra, president of Blizzard, remarked, “We’re excited to return one of the most cherished eras in Warcraft history with Wrath of the Lich King Classic.” “This expansion’s initial release added a number of enhancements to the game along with a classic villain and an epic tale.
We are being careful to retain the genuine Classic experience for those who want to relive their heyday in Northrend—and give a worthy and approachable re-creation for those starting out on this huge journey for the first time. Dragonflight, the forthcoming development for World of Warcraft, will also be released later this year.
The Dragonflight alpha test was released by Blizzard last week. The snowy peaks of Azure Span, one of the expansion’s four new zones, are among the elements that are highlighted in phase one of the alpha.
It also introduces dragon riding, a brand-new form of skill-based air travel that allows users to soar around on a drake that may be customized. You can still choose to participate in the Wrath of the Lich King Classic beta, which has been going on since June, if you can’t wait until September 26.