Players have already begun to guess the release date of the legendary Burning Crusade expansion and the Naxxramas raid in Classic WoW. For now, we may see this content earlier than expected.

The WoW Classic has been with players for a long time and has gained a lot of loyal fans. Classic will let players re-experience the beauty of Classic WoW. All original content originally belonging to the main server is republished on a separate server from the main game. This process is called Retail by players.

We have gone through the Classic WOW Gold Molten Core and Blackwing Lair. Ahn'Qiraj will be released after the ten-hour war. Many guilds will choose to travel at this time. After the release of AQ, rumors spread. They all said that the expansion time of Naxxramas and The Burning Crusade was much earlier, and it would definitely exceed our expectations. It should be noted that, as of now, Blizzard has not confirmed the date of the rumors, so everyone should not blindly believe these rumors. These rumors are inherently unreliable.

Fans of Classic WoW will not believe these rumors. This is illogical in itself. Many people also said that Naxx’s holiday release window is not open to all servers. Its 3-4 month AQ raid only It is done on most servers, so I think its release time is later than the new version.

These World of Warcraft Classic Gold rumors have been flooding our lives. As players of WoW Classic, we believe that no matter what happens, Naxx and TBC will always meet you on Classic. As for the rumors of its actual release date, it does exist. Even if there is any doubt, we still have to deal with it rationally. Just like we don't know whether Blizzard will choose the new TBC server or Classic? We just wait.The charm of "World of Warcraft" is endless, many people are fascinated by it, and they have more or less outstanding performance in this game. They very much agree with the website MMOWTS, because there is WOW Classic Gold they need. They choose to buy WOW Classic Gold on MMOWTS, which is the result of their weighing.