What caused the delayed release of the World of Warcraft Classi


  • A few days ago, because the server needed to be maintained, Blizzard had to release the Burning Crusade pre-expansion patch. So what causes the server maintenance to take so long? The community manager of World of Warcraft pointed out that the culprit was the player’s in-game mailbox.

    This Classic TBC Gold pre-patch took longer than expected, because Blizzard finally broadcast the pre-patch early this morning. However, the reason for the delay was given by the community manager through the Blizzard forum last night to explain the exact cause of the problem. Obviously, the player's inbox caused a problem with the pre-patch program, forcing Blizzard to restore the database containing this information.

    As for the cause of the problem caused by the mailbox itself, except for the need to ensure that the player's mailbox remains intact after the downtime is over, the statement did not clearly state. However, it is not difficult to understand why mailboxes may be a problem, especially for many players who use mailboxes as an extension of their library space. Players joked this sentence on the WoWHead forum. One of the players was worried that there were 500 stacks of runecloth in his email, while the other player told Blizzard to take as long as possible to avoid losing their precious emails.

    Buy TBC Classic Gold

    The pre-patch for the classic version of World of Warcraft was finally released this morning, bringing the era of Burning Crusade into the classic game. If you want to be able to start playing games when the extension is officially launched on June 1, you can now create a new Blood Elf or Draenei based on your loyalty and adjust its pitch to the upper limit.

    The patch also indicates that classic players will need to make a choice. They can choose to stay on the World of Warcraft Classic server or use the Burning Crusade Classic server. Even players can realize their desire to play these two TBC Classic Gold games at the same time through role cloning. However, the role cloning service requires players to spend some money. The good news is that, according to player feedback, Blizzard has lowered its service cost from $35 to $15 last week. By the way, MMOWTS is providing high-quality and safe game currency, welcome to visit!