World of Warcraft Classic Closed Beta Concludes Next Week
A closed beta had been available for World of Warcraft Classic which started some several weeks back. An update has been posted by the game’s community manager “Kaivax” saying that the closed beta will be ending on July 12th. This has been seen in Blizzard’s forums.
First of all, Kaivax thanked the participants of the closed beta and then revealed that they were able to review over 17,000 bug reports over the last seven weeks. Because of all the reports, the developers were able to find “hundreds of new and unique bugs.”
What’s interesting is that Blizzard will be conducting the test for the endgame content internally. But a final global stress test before the full launch will be available. The global stress test is set to happen on July 25 and 26, the goal for this is to test the servers through the “initial leveling experiences” for more players and also to test the fixes that will be implemented based on the bug reports of the closed beta.
Also, a “small in-game event” has been teased by Kaivax on the last day of the closed beta. Nothing big is expected but, if you do have access to the beta, it might be worth it to log in on the last day.
World of Warcraft Classic will be launching on August 27.