WoW: Wrath Of The Lich King Classic Players Will Soon Get 50% XP

World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic players will soon benefit from a 50% XP boost starting December 13.

The event, called Happy Journey, increases all XP gained, whether it’s from killing monsters or completing quests, up to the expansion’s maximum level of 80. A similar event The sequence took place before Wrath of the Lich King Classic launched on September 26, allowing new character players to speed up or level up the expansion’s new Death Knight class before the expansion’s launch.

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This latest event will run until January 16, 2023, giving players an XP boost over a month. like a blizzard Note, the event is “a great time to finish leveling up your character, create a new character, or invite friends to join you on your adventure.” Unlike modern WoW, where reaching max level in new expansion can take only hoursLeveling up in WoW Classic is a much longer process usually measured in days of play rather than an afternoon.

The launch of Wrath of the Lich King Classic didn’t go well at first, with Large server queues force many players to wait for hours before logging in for the first week or two of the expansion. Those issues have largely been resolved now that Wrath of the Lich King Classic has been out for more than two months.

Blizzard has yet to announce when the expansion’s first major patch, Secrets of Ulduar, will be released, but when it does, it will feature some significant changes. Along with the Ulduar raid, new, harder versions of the Hero dungeon called the Titan Rune dungeon will be introduced to reward the raid’s quality loot.

In other WoW news, the modern version of the game just received the latest expansion in the form of Dragonflight. Blizzard is offering many Twitch gives followers discounts to watch Dragonflight content on Twitchwith the expansion’s first raid coming out the week of December 12. In GameSpot’s Dragonfly review in progressWe’ve called Blizzard’s latest expansion to the longstanding MMO “both familiar and new” and were impressed with how it overhauled legacy systems like talents and careers.

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