"World of Warcraft Classic: The Burning Crusade" will arrive on June 1, which means splitting the MMO server between the new expansion and the pure original experience. However, if you want to clone a character between the two, Blizzard hopes to charge you a hefty fee of $35.
Naturally, the WoW community is frustrated with the idea of effectively paying for new games to replicate existing characters.
Yesterday in the feedback on the World of Warcraft forum, the community manager Kaivax explained that Blizzard is making "course adjustments" to these fees, and the fees have been reduced to $15.
Kaivax wrote: "This service-providing players with a second copy of the character in a different game-is new to us." "Our initial conception of the value of this service depends largely on us. Ways to price other optional items and services. We hope that players who choose Classic Era will feel that their choices seem to build relationships and other players' guilds they can rely on."
"However, in the past week or so, we have received a lot of feedback from the community, and we decided to lower the price. The lower price may still achieve our goal through the new service, while allowing more players to be able to Explore the options to play a role in the classic realm of "Classic Age" and "Burning Crusade."
"World of Warcraft Classic" is about to enter "Burning Crusade", TBC Classic Gold players can choose to start from next week's patch and choose which character to cross the dark portal. Thankfully, if you don’t want to submit a character in one way or another, it should be cheaper now. Players can choose to buy WoW Classic TBC Gold on a secure website to prepare for the upcoming expansion.