After months of rumors and leaks, Blizzard announced World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic, which will bring WoW Classic players to the Burning Crusade expansion soon. But revisiting the expansion won't be exactly the same as players remember, as the Classic rerelease will include a number of changes from the original.To get more news about best place to buy wow gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

Burning Crusade was a huge moment in World of Warcraft history. The game's popularity exploded during the expansion's original launch in 2007, and it introduced important new features, like arena, and popular playable races, like the Blood Elves and Draenei.
In the time since WoW Classic's release, Blizzard has become more willing to make small technical and quality-of-life changes to the game, straying from the studio's original design philosophy of keeping the game exactly as it was 15 years ago. This is being carried forward into Burning Crusade Classic, as a number of significant changes will make for a different experience than the one fans first played over a decade ago.

One of WoW: Burning Crusade Classic's biggest changes comes in the form of allowing players to create Blood Elf and Draenei characters prior to the expansion's official launch. This will give players time to level their characters up to 60 before Burning Crusade's release, an option not available back in the day.

Blizzard will also be offering paid, once-per-account level 58 character boosts. These are intended to allow players who didn't play through WoW Classic to jump straight into the new expansion, rather than spending hundreds of hours leveling through the original game. Notably, these boosts will not work for Blood Elves and Draenei.

Much like WoW Classic, Burning Crusade content will roll out in phases. This is a big change from the original, which technically included access to the majority of the expansion's content all at once - even if most of it was inaccessible without spending hundreds of hours completing various attunement requirements.
Many players complained WoW: Classic's raid bosses felt weak, thanks in large part to WoW Classic running on a late-game patch that adjusted bosses and game mechanics, oftentimes making raids easier. That won't necessarily be the case in Burning Crusade Classic. Though the game sounds like it will also run on an easier, late-expansion patch, certain bosses will be in their pre-nerf states, at least for a time. This means guilds will likely find many raid encounters more challenging in the first few weeks of any given raid's availability, until Blizzard makes adjustments.