After a false beginning Blizzard's WOW WoTLK Classic Gold: Burning Crusade Classic beta is now officially in progress. It will be released later in the year it will be the Classic expansion will bring back World of Warcraft as it was before the original 2007 Burning Crusade expansion, which included the Outland, flying mounts, and two new races, the blood elves and the draenei. However, for those looking to try the popular expansion earlier (again) prior to the date of the beta's expiration, getting into The Burning Crusade Classic beta isn't an easy task as just starting the game.
It's important to remember that players will have to choose between their current characters: All of the current WotLK Classic realms are scheduled to change to Burning Crusade's content "Progression" realms that are part of Burning Crusade Classic, so players must choose whether to switch automatically to one of them or to choose to move their characters to the newly created "Era" realms and where content will remain restricted to Shadow of the Necropolis on Azeroth. In addition, very soon, the game's client will be upgraded so that draenei and blood elf characters will be able reach levels up to 60 before the expansion's launch.
The beta registration process requires an Battle.net account with an active World of Warcraft subscription, in which case players will be able to join via the Blizzard website. It's an invitation-only beta, so users will have to wait for Blizzard to enable account access. After that, however players can start the Battle.net application, select World of Warcraft, and click "Game Version" from the drop-down menu above"Play "Play" button to locate options for the Burning Crusade install option. Once installation is complete, it's time to choose one of the test servers, and then decide whether to create a brand new character or copy one over from the regular World of Warcraft WotLK Classic.
As of late March, Blizzard has yet to announce what time the WoW: Burning Crusade Classic beta will end. The final expansion will be released to be released in 2022. This probably means a few months, at the most. Duration is likely to vary in accordance with the stability and how balanced and stable gameplay is. So the more unstable the code, the more time it'll require. Blizzard has also stated that it will take into account feedback from the community, and an angry outcry could lead to lengthy design changes.
The Burning Crusade beta currently caps players at level 64. and Blizzard has disabled third-party addons or PvP items. For those who want to explore Outland but do not have a character at level 58 can take advantage of a Character Boost service closer to launch with buy WOW WoTLK Classic Gold. Once the testing phase is over, World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic will otherwise be free for everyone with an active World of Warcraft subscription.