World of Warcraft Classic is only in closed beta right now, but that will change, at least for one day. On Monday, Blizzard announced that everyone in America and Oceania with current World of Warcraft subscriptions will get the chance to try the Classic on June 19.

Blizzard also announced the Box Collector's Edition for World of Warcraft to ring in the 15th anniversary of the game. These include Onyxia pins, Azeroth mouse pad maps, art prints, special memorial mounts, and large black-gold statues of Ragnaros the Firelord. It will be released on October 8 for $ 100, and you can pre-purchase from the Blizzard store. Best and Cheapest World of Warcraft Classic Gold For Sale - rvgm.com.

World of Warcraft Classic lets you play games like they existed almost 15 years ago, after the release of the 1.12 update "Drums of War". Blizzard said it considered the era an appropriate balance of games that resembled the state of the original launch while also having ironed some rough launch points. This version also includes several updates under the hood, such as modern server infrastructure and social features Battle.net.

If you are already a WoW customer, you get access to Classic too without additional costs. WoW Classic will also release content in stages, following the original sequence of content releases.

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