Dec 20, 2016 03:29 AM EST
‘World of Warcraft’ Vanilla Update: Changes Announced After Nostalrius Came Live
Two different legacy servers, Kronos and Awakening announced huge changes after Nostalrious came live and open to all vanilla "World of Warcraft" players a couple of days ago. This came after Nostalrius managed to reactivate the server through Elysium after Blizzard managed to shut down the most popular World of Warcraft legacy server.
Kronos "World of Warcraft" officially announced on their website Kronos Wow their upcoming plans as a project. The first change they are working on is the merging of their two separate servers, Kronos I and Kronos II that comes along with brand new content Naxxramasa. In 2017, these changes will be launched after the ending of War Effort and all the guilds have effectively closed the eye of the Old God at the end of Ahn'Qiraj Temple.
December 9 marks the date that The Naxxramas will arrive at the public test realm as long as all the characters on Kronos I are cloned into the PTR. The "World of Warcraft" website also states Naxxramas will be released at the same time after it is tested in public. Another key change they will make is the ability of players to change race and faction, which will come after the two servers have been brought together.
According to "World of Warcraft" Awakening, they are having a big overhaul in their system as new contents were announced including Headhunting/Bounty Hunter system that allows players to set bounties for the heads of their enemies. Scroll of Unlearning is another new feature that has been added and it gives players the option to unlearn single abilities for 100 WoW gold.
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