A legendary raid and the cult first expansion of the MMO classic are apparently on the starting blocks earlier than we all thought. WoW Classic could be expanded in just a few months with the iconic Naxxramas Raid and The Burning Crusade.
WoW Classic fans, listen up! You're in the mood for the legendary Heigan Dance and a reunion with Kel'Thuzad? You can't wait to visit Hellfire Peninsula again? Naxxramas and The Burning Crusade for WoW Classic might be released earlier than we all thought.
WoW Classic Release of Naxxramas and The Burning Crusade
If we believe Twitch Streamer Nano, the gates of Naxxramas in WoW Classic will open again in December. It gets even better: the beta of the WoW expansion The Burning Crusade is supposed to start in March or April 2021.
Haven't confirmed it yet but the hottest rumors for Classic WoW: Naxxramas release is planned for early December with a TBC Beta rolling out in March/April of 2021! Sooner than expected but we'll see! pic.twitter.com/RmhTX1x1nb— Nano (@NanoNost) September 8, 2020
Blizzard has not yet officially confirmed the leaked release dates. Especially Naxxramas seems to be a bit early. A new raid so shortly after the last one - Ahn'Qiraj? We're still a bit unsure that we're going to see Naxx this year, but who knows with leaks really.
That's the thing, you can't know. All we can do is wait patiently until we can finally hang around in Dalaran for hours again and watch the guild fail in the plague wing.