Blizzard Launches Official Servers With DLC The Burning Crusade for World of Warcraft Classic on May 4, 2021. Blogger StaysafeTV spoke about this, citing his trusted sources.
According to an insider, the beta test of The Burning Crusade will begin in mid-February, probably after the developers officially announce the expansion on BlizzConline, which will take place on February 19-20. The release of the pre-patch is scheduled for April 14.
Rumors that Blizzard plans to develop classic WoW servers and release The Burning Crusade expansion for them have been around for a long time. Representatives of the company have repeatedly said that they like this idea, but there was no official confirmation of work on the updates.
Blizzard has previously sent out a new poll related to The Burning Crusade to some World of Warcraft users. Developers askedhow gamers want to migrate from Classic to TBC.
The Burning Crusade is the first expansion pack for World of Warcraft, released in 2007. In it, players would travel to Outland and fight the demons of the Burning Legion, as well as Illidan and Kael’thas, known from the Warcraft III campaign.