Thanks to the release of the WoW Classic’s Phase 6, players can experience Naxxramus, the original game’s final raid. This phase was possibly the most anticipated add in all of World of Warcraft: Classic: Mainly because it marks the end of the planned content announced by Blizzard when the game was released. That is why the developers will have to decide what to do next.
World of Warcraft: Classic was described since the beginning as a faithful remake of the original game, and that promise has essentially been fulfilled. So a possibility is that Blizzard leaves the game without updates. This may please some players who prefer the original game without any disruption. However, this would be a surprising decision for Blizzard to make, especially considering the success that WoW: Classic had in attracting old and new players to the game.
The most likely scenario for the developers of WoW: Classic is to reintroduce The Burning Crusade, which added changes that veteran fans of the game may welcome. For example, better class balance and the addition of arenas. This also introduced two new playable races, including the popular Blood Elves, as well as one of the most infamous characters in WoW’s history, Illidan Stormrage.
All these decisions could like some people and dislike others. Some players prefer the original game without expansion packs. However, Blizzard could solve this issue by leaving some servers untouched.
In conclusion, some players are eagerly waiting to hear where Blizzard will go next with World of Warcraft: Classic, and sadly, there is no clue when that news comes. With Shadowlands release recently, the company may be focusing on the upcoming raids and other content for the current version of the game.
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(Contributed by GB; Edited by Hermes_Fang)