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World of Warcraft Classic Closed Beta Will End on July 12

  • 2019-07-10 16:09:02
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In a community post on the Blizzard Forums, community manager Kaivax has announced that after seven weeks and almost 17,000 bug reports, hundreds of which led to the verification of new and unique bugs, the World of Warcraft Classic closed beta test will officially end on July 12. As one of the best WoW gold suppliers, Raiditem will share the details with you.




“We have now reached a stage where WoW Classic is in a good state for reconciling remaining issues, and we intend to shift our focus away from the closed beta, which will end on July 12,” Kaivax said in the post. “Internally, we’re working through the aforementioned bug fixes, testing the high-level zones such as Eastern Plaguelands, and doing our raid testing. We’ll make sure Ragnaros and Onyxia are ready to go.”


You can officially hold off on waiting for whether you’ll be chosen in the remaining week of the beta, but there is still some time to enjoy playing World of Warcraft Classic through the last remaining stress test from July 25 to July 26. These dates have been slightly moved since it was first announced. The stress test has a relatively easier barrier of entry than the closed beta, as it demands more players in order to stress the network servers.


During this final stress test, Blizzard will be rolling out their multi-region hardware in preparation of the worldwide release of World of Warcraft Classic, which is still set for August 27. Expect more invites to roll out for this event as Blizzard is planning this network stress test to be the biggest of them all, with various fixes and tweaks implemented in the game to test out their effectiveness.


Blizzard is also planning a small in-game event to commemorate its end on July 12 for players who are in the closed beta, so be sure to save the date and stick around to see what’s up.


Blizzard has also announced that there will indeed be an Oceanic server for World of Warcraft Classic, available for players in Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. The servers will be hosted in Australia, and the names for the realms will be released before name reservations on August 13. Besides, if you are looking a legit and reliable WoW shop to buy WoW items and WoW gold, then our site definitely is your best choice. We also offer cheap WoW classic gold after it releases, raiditem won’t let you down!



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