When you say World of Warcraft, you automatically mean high-quality MMO (massively multiplayer online). The game delighted the career of many gamers since 2004 when Blizzard Entertainment released it for both Windows PC and macOS. World of Warcraft always brings an exciting challenge to the player and the possibility of training his gaming skills in a fantastic environment full of diversified creatures.
World of Warcraft never seems to get old, and its Classic Phase 5 is almost here. The next patch promises to bring the unlock of Ahn’Qiraj. This means even more fun, and the Horde and Alliance players will have the chance to complete a huge quest chain.
Scheduled for release this week
The current week won’t end until WoW Classic Phase 5 is released for gamers to enjoy. Most hints point to the WoW Classic Phase 5 release date to be scheduled for July 28 across all servers. At this time, the server-wide event will start and the War Effort shall begin. Blizzard has also confirmed a small change regarding the launch of the WoW Classic War Effort.
“As some have noticed, we have Breaking News in the Battle.net App for WoW Classic that indicates a two-hour downtime for the content update along with the weekly raid reset tomorrow.
“We’re changing that to 30 minutes. We do need to make sure realms are down when the reset occurs, and we expect to finish our final checks for the content and see realms open to players at around (5:30PM BST) 9:30 a.m. PDT / 12:30 p.m. EDT.”
We can also expect World of Warcraft to become available for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X after they arrive to the stores in December. Sony and Microsoft both have high hopes for their upcoming gaming gears, as they’re announced of possessing far more advanced hardware than what we can see on their predecessor consoles.