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World of Warcraft: Classic will release in summer 2019 as part of your WoW subscription

By Stephany Nunneley,
Friday, 2 November 2018 18:54 GMT

Blizzard announced at BlizzCon 2018 today it would release World of Warcraft: Classic in summer 2019.

World of Warcraft: Classic will be playable in summer 2019 for those who don’t have a demo code through the virtual ticket or who aren’t attending BlizzCon 2018.

The World of Warcraft: Classic demo, will be made available today for those who meet the aforementioned requirements.

An exact date wasn’t provided for its full release other than summer, but it is included as part of the World of Warcraft subscription.

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