A few days ago it looked like Blizzard might have missed the release date of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic, but today it officially confirmed that the expansion arrives on June 1st, and just like the Burning Crusade Classic in 2007 will open a whole new continent for WoW Classic players to explore and consider their desire to reach a new level of 70.
Two new races, the Blood Elves, and the Draenei, also join the Horde and the Alliance.
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Unlike the first launch of Burning Crusade, however, players will have much more time to prepare for their adventures in Outland. In its announcement blog, Blizzard says the pre-expansion patch will be released on May 18th.
The player will then have to choose whether to continue to Burning Crusade or decide to switch to new servers that will remain locked in the Classic Era in which the level limit remains at 60 and new content will not be added.