While the cheap wow classic gold current World of Warcraft game has undeniably seen a slew of improvements built into it over the years, it hasn't stopped some from feeling nostalgic about those earlier days of this sport. A desire to re-experience the background of the game had become so great before World of Warcraft Classic's show that there were lots of personal servers, setup by hardcore fans, that were essentially DIY efforts to reestablish those halcyon days of WoW.

But as is often the case with nostalgia, matters are not necessarily quite as rosy as you remember. Some players have been given a sneak peek at what to expect by early access -- and it's been a small shock for a few. Classic players are reporting a series of bugs to developers Blizzard Entertainment. They're not bugs, except the problem is. They're actually accurate, of the way the game used to perform old-school characteristics with.

By minimap quest markers to attack distances, World of Warcraft has received small quality of life improvements. You miss the things you like when they're gone, as they say the exact same holds for patch fixes. "The nature of WoW Classic sometimes invokes distinct memories for different players, and this leads to particular misconceptions for a few about what is or is not functioning as planned," clarifies Blizzard in a Battle.net post.

The launch of WoW Classic has been plagued by host problems. Put simply, more gamers are working to get on the internet to play the sport than developer Blizzard can now manage. WoW Classic server queues are becoming so bad in some instances that wait times up to three hours (and, in extreme cases, much, more ) have been commonplace. This should settle once the initial rush to perform calms down, but Blizzard has cheapest wow classic gold moved fast to start more servers to alleviate the strain.