World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic release date spotted in Blizzard Launcher
Although this cannot be called "official news" in this moment, it looks like someone has managed to spill the beans about the launch date of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic. Since the date mentioned in this leak/rumor/news report (call it as you wish) is less than a month away, we will probably know the truth in a matter of days.
According to Reddit user Nonbread, the launch page for Heroes of the Storm had a link to news regarding the release of World of Warcraft's highly anticipated Burning Crusade Classic release. Sadly, I spent at least 10 minutes earlier today browsing through my Battle.net app and I wasn't able to discover anything about the launch date of the aforementioned title. However, we should simply keep in mind that June 1 might be the day that many World of Warcraft fans are waiting for.
BC Classic was announced last September, during the BlizzConline event, and will arrive for both Windows and macOS in more phases, as it happened with World of Warcraft: Classic. The initial release of BC Classic will include Karazhan, Gruul's Lair, and Magtheridon's Lair, to be followed by The Eye and Serpentshrine Cavern in the second stage. This being said, we will keep an eye on this topic and get back to you as soon as Blizzard decides to make a proper launch date announcement.
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Nonbread (on Reddit)