World of Warcraft players hoping for one more opportunity to try out World of Warcraft Classic before its launch on August 27 have been rewarded. Blizzard has announced one final Pre-Launch test for World of Warcraft Classic. The test starts at 11:00 am PT on Thursday, meaning it’s already live, and will end Friday. Blizzard is creating a small-scale launch scenario where players will be rushing to download and play World of Warcraft Classic in one big burst.
To help with its test, Blizzard is requesting that World of Warcraft players with an active subscription download, login, and play as much World of Warcraft: Classic as possible during the test’s first two hours. Blizzard will be actively monitoring issues during this initial two-hour window. Players are then welcome to continue playing at their own leisure for the test’s remaining duration. If you want to Buy World of Warcraft Classic Gold and WOW Classic Gold, we rvgm.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.
Blizzard also announced the minimum PC requirements for its vanilla World of Warcraft server option, which are much lower than the specs required to play Battle for Azeroth. Interesting to note is that Blizzard actually managed to cut down the required hard drive space compared to the original 1.12 version from 2006.
The developers are encouraging its player base to participate in the testing, especially in the first two hours, as they’ll be actively monitoring “World of Warcraft Classic” during this time. In turn, the test will tremendously help the developers in making sure that the game will run smoothly come launch day. The community, of course, are more than happy to comply and is gearing up for the “World of Warcraft Classic” launch test. Aside from the announcement, Kaivax has also provided the minimum spec requirements to play the game.