WoW Classic is less than a month from the highly anticipated release. Over the years, 'vanilla' servers have not been officially rampant (before being closed) because many World of Warcraft fans want something that can capture the unique taste of the original game. Now, with WoW Classic, they will be able to do it on the official Blizzard server. Speaking in an interview with Eurogamer, Lead Software Engineer Brian Birmingham said the developers were very impressed with how many people played the WoW Classic beta while being active.

In an interview with Eurogamer, principal software program engineer Brian Birmingham mentioned that the developer hoped that he would be in a position to maintain the application of gold farming - shopping and promoting foreign exchange in games through third parties 'black markets' - "under management." By the way, you can buy cheap Vanilla WoW Gold from, where you can enjoy a 3% discount by using the code “5MMO”.

At present, World of Warcraft allows players to buy gold through the Token System, but Birmingham confirms that this will not be available in the Classic. He noted, however, that "the players have shown that because this is a shared subscription, if you want to plant a bunch of gold on modern WoW and use it to raise your subscription again, it makes you get another month of WoW Classic access too. "

Whether Blizzard has a handle on the situation remains to be seen, but I am definitely interested in seeing how things go. During a public test earlier this year, players complained about the WoW Classic bug which turned out to be a long-forgotten feature. I can't wait to see what old treats they found when they get access to everything.