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World of Warcraft: Classic

World of Warcraft: Classic stress tests inbound

If you're eagerly awaiting the return of the vintage MMORPG then there isn't too much longer to wait.

Blizzard is gearing up for the upcoming release of World of Warcraft: Classic and the studio's plans involve stress testing the game's servers, with those tests starting tomorrow on June 19.

As detailed in a recent post by the studio, players with an active WoW account and who are based in the Americas & Oceania regions, will get access to "all races and classes," with max level of 15.

As well as open world exploration, level-appropriate instanced content will also be included ("Warsong Gulch for PvP as well as Ragefire Chasm, Wailing Caverns, and Deadmines") and players are being asked to focus their efforts during the first three hours of the test (although it will remain live for 48 hours).

Will you be revisiting Classic when it returns on August 27?

World of Warcraft: Classic

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"Teamwork is not only favourable when raiding, and throughout Classic you will find the game steering you towards joining forces with others."

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