World of Warcraft executive producer J. Allen Brack took to the stage to announce the vanilla server some fans have been clamoring for.
Battle for Azeroth will pick up where Legion left off, increasing the level cap to 120, and creating two new island continent starting areas for players to begin the process.
Blizzard has been clearly been listening to World of Warcraft fans over the years.
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Players will explore the Zandalar empire and the home of Jaina Proudmoore, Kul Tiras.
Other new elements introduced in this expansion are Island Expeditions, where three players cooperatively take on a rotating assortment of tasks on an island. You can even unlock the ability to play as that race, as pictured above; doing so will start you off as level 20. Blizzard is well aware of this and is also aware of how long people have been playing the MMORPG for.
During this weekend's BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard Entertainment announced World of Warcraft: Classic, which will be a line of official servers from Blizzard that offers players the original, "vanilla" experience of classic World of Warcraft.
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Not a lot is known yet about how World of Warcraft Classic will work. Sadly, this server will be a huge undertaking and probably won't be ready for a while, but the process can be sped up if anyone who owns one of the original server blades sends it back to Blizzard.
This overhaul will be coming when Battle for Azeroth launches in 2018 and will become the "foundation on which we can make World PvP great again", Hazzikostas said, implying that these overhauls could be just the beginning.
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