Warcraft Wiki recently took part in group interviews at BlizzCon, and gathered some exciting highlights.
During the BlizzCon 2023 event, Holly Longdale, the Executive Producer of World of Warcraft, graced the stage with an exciting announcement. In the coming year, Classic progression realms are set to progress from Wrath Classic to Cataclysm Classic, incorporating some player-driven adjustments and enhancements. Prepare to face Deathwing in Cataclysm Classic in the first half of 2024.
In Cataclysm Classic, players will have the choice between using old or new character models, along with some essential engine updates. Also Cataclysm Classic aims to rectify certain problems from the original release, including faster leveling from 1-80, a more rapid patch release schedule, account-wide appearances, and more.
Cataclysm, back in the day, caused quite a stir. It gave Azeroth a massive makeover, changing old places and stories while adding new ones. A huge dragon named Deathwing wrecked havoc, breathing fire and causing chaos. Plus, they introduced Worgen and goblins as playable races and threw in Archaeology as a new profession.
Blizzard also announced World of Warcraft Classic Season of Discovery that will kick off in a matter of weeks, featuring a level cap of 25. Furthermore, Black Fathom Deeps will undergo an expansion, transforming it into a 10-player raid, complete with extra bosses and alterations to the raid structure.
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