World of Warcraft Classic has reached a point of uncertainty in which players do not know what direction Blizzard will regarding the next updates, since WoW Classic has already received all the content destined for Vanilla and now it would be time to add the first expansion: The Burning Crusade.
However, it seems that it’s not only the players who are not very clear about what will happen in WoW Classic in future. Blizzard launched some weeks ago a survey in which they ask players what they would like to see happen with this retro version of World of Warcraft in the future.
The survey mentioned items like a full server restart before jumping to The Burning Crusade or even the possibility of releasing The Burning Crusade as another standalone title, completely separated from Vanilla and Shadowlands.
StaySafe TV found a leak with a lot of information.
Now, the YouTube channel Staysafe TV assures that they found a WoW Classic leak and that all the information about this leak was confirmed by a very reliable source close to Blizzard.
Specifically, one of the most important pieces of information in the leak is that it states that The Burning Crusade update will be released in WoW Classic on May 3.
In turn, Staysafe TV ensures that Blizzard plans to launch a beta of TBC in mid-February and then add a pre-patch on April 13 to prepare for the arrival of the new content in May.
The way in which Staysafe TV exposes that TBC would be included is very similar to what Blizzard has used on previous occasions, so it could be taken as true, despite the fact that there is no reliable evidence that demonstrate that what they are saying from this YouTube channel is 100% true.
However, what is certain is that all these doubts will be cleared up when BlizzCon takes place in February. Blizzard will give updates on its most important titles at its annual conference and WoW Classic will not be absent from the mentions for sure.
Of course, you can take the opportunity to collect money to buy wow classic gold at GoldPiles and thus be ready when The Burning Crusade is added. Regardless of whether the leak is true or not, money is never left over in WoW and having a good amount of starter coins is a huge advantage over other players.
Let’s not assume that the leak is true. Take your previsions.
As we always say in this type of cases, any information from a leak should never be taken as 100% true. Our recommendation is to assimilate the information and take it carefully to know what to expect, but never have any specific illusions, as we’re not talking about official information.
In the meantime, there is no choice but to continue enjoying WoW Classic Vanilla and take advantage of that retro air that this title may lose when The Burning Crusade will be added sometime this year.
World of Warcraft Classic is now available worldwide on Microsoft Windows PC and MAC OS.