No Legacy Server Details at Blizzcon

No Legacy Server Details at Blizzcon

The news: no news.

pocru by pocru on Oct 25, 2016 @ 12:20 PM
There's been a lot of talk around Blizzard regarding the 'return' of Legacy servers for their popular MMORPG, World of Warcraft. While Blizzard has been very transparent about the challenges and possibilities of getting a server dedicated to a vanilla World of Warcraft content to the public, that doesn't mean we're completely in the know--and, unfortunately for fans, Blizzard recently made it abundantly clear that this year's Blizzcon will not provide an opportunity for fans (and journalists) to learn anything new about their tentative plans.

"Hey everyone. We've seen some talk among the community that you might be expecting to hear some news on legacy servers at BlizzCon, and we just wanted to take a moment to let you know that while we're still discussing the possibility, we won't have any updates to share on that until after the show,"

He continued to say how a major focus of the World of Warcraft section of the con would be largely devoted to showing off NEW content, rather than mulling on the past. Admirable, I suppose, but I think more people are excited at the idea that Blizzard is at least still considering the possibility of a Vanilla server.

And, now that I think about it, considering the direction Legion went, where else does World of Warcraft have to go...?

It's a head-scratcher, that.


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