Blizzard Opens WoW Classic Beta To All Subscribers

Good news, everyone!

World of Warcraft Classic is gearing up for another beta test to run from June 19 to the 21, and you don’t even have to worry about signing up and praying to be selected for testing. All you need is a computer and an active subscription to World of Warcraft. Oh, and you’ll need to be living in the North America and Oceanic regions. Community manager Kaivax has asked players to play as much as possible during the first three hours, presumably to simulate the game’s opening hours when the servers finally go live.

For this stress test, all races and classes will be available for creation, and the maximum character level will be capped at 15. In addition to the open world, there will be instanced content available at that level. This will include Warsong Gulch for PvP as well as Ragefire Chasm, Wailing Caverns, and Deadmines. Of course, Deadmines will be a challenge for players to complete at this level. Please focus as much play as possible during the first three hours of the stress test. During this time, we’ll be looking for more issues to address under initial launch conditions. The stress test realm will remain available for 48 hours.

The client should be available today (June 18) for pre-load.


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