In the early days, World of Warcraft was very different to what

  • In the early days, World of Warcraft was very different to what we play now. Crucially, the decision of whether to go Alliance or Horde is a massive one. Once you take a side, that's it for that server. We'd suggest you stick with what your

    friends plan on doing.


    With no cross-realm chat and no cross-faction chat, you don't want to be cut off from your buddies. Thousands of words have been written about what race is best in World of Warcraft. Honestly? Much of it comes down to what you end up preferring. Experimentation is key. Consider this an overview of what to expect, giving you an idea of the pros and cons of each race, but don't expect any one race to be the best of the bunch. World of Warcraft Classic is a pretty well balanced game and each race has its perks.


    World of Warcraft Classic is only a few months away, and one of the biggest questions looming over its release is what will happen after Blizzard completes its six-part update schedule, which includes new raids and dungeons and PVP features. Once we've raided the halls of Naxxramas, will Classic ever see more updates or will Blizzard just leave it where it is, our heroes doomed to stay level 60 forever? With our nostalgia

    goggles freshly cleaned, we gathered to debate this important issue: Should Classic continue onward by adding new expansions?