During BlizzCon today, it was announced that those players who currently have access to World of Warcraft with active accounts will be able to play World of Warcraft Classic when the new game is released onto Battle.net in the summer of 2019. The game will be a throwback title to the way WoW used to play when it was released over 14 years ago. Details about what WoW Classic will have included, as those details will be released over the weekend during the convention. But it’s nice to know that it will be included free for those who wish play it.
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