World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic may be released on June 1

World of Warcraft The Burning Crusade Classic may be released on June 1

World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic may be released on June 1, according to a briefly posted online screenshot.

On the official Activision Blizzard site Battle.net, a number of fans saw the header of an article stating that the expansion will be released on June 1. However, the article could not be opened.

Shortly after, the header was removed again. It may have been posted too early and the announcement will follow soon – although this has not been confirmed. For now, there is no official release date of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic yet.

In World of Warcraft Classic, players can experience World of Warcraft as the game was right after launch. Burning Crusade Classic logically gives players the chance to experience the game after the launch of the first expansion, Burning Crusade, in 2007. People can choose which ‘era’ they stay in: WoW Classic or Burning Crusade Classic.

In Burning Crusade, players must go to the Outland to stop the Burning Legion. They also travel to the swamps of Zangarmarsh and fight with the Burning Legion in the Black Temple. The expansion added the Blood Elf for the Horde and the Draenei for the Alliance. It also includes the Arena PvP system, the Jewelcraft appeal and flying mounts.