Blizzard has sent out a new Wrath of the Lich King Classic survey
It’s gauging interest in different packages for the unannounced release
Blizzard hasn’t officially announced World of Warcraft Wrath of the Lich King Classic, but surveys recently sent to some fans suggest it might not be long before it does.
Last month, Blizzard reportedly sent a survey to selected community members asking how likely they would be to play Wrath of the Lich King in ‘Classic’ form.
And in a new survey (via Wowhead), the company asks respondents to consider two options “for a bundle that could be purchased for the next World of Warcraft Classic package”.
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A $29.99 option includes a character level boost gift, character transfer, pet, Lich King themed mounts usable in Classic and modern WoW, and 30 days of game time.
A $49.99 option would presumably include all of the above, plus boosts for characters to level 68 and a toy.
World of Warcraft Classic was released in August 2019 and was followed by World of Warcraft Burning Crusade Classic in June 2021.
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