The “new” expansion for World of Warcraft Classic is coming, and to celebrate the return of The Burning Crusade, Blizzard has released a themed music video
When it was launched nearly 2 years ago, the success of World of Warcraft Classic was epochal. After the dizzying numbers it has recorded, Blizzard has confirmed that it will continue to support the game, and that it would also consider the insertion, from time to time, of the old expansions, following again from the beginning the path undertaken by now years ago. The Burning Crusade Classic is scheduled for release on 2 June (so very soon), and for the occasion on the official World of Warcraft channel a celebratory music video has been published, entitled “An ode to the heroes of return”.
The World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic video in detail
In the video we can see Jordan Fisher, well-known American actor and singer, struggling to narrate the deeds of the old adventurers of World of Warcraft, hoping them to be able to relive their old adventures, waiting for the opening of the Dark Portal. We can see hunters defeating Zul’jin and Gruul, heroes of the blood elves, and dreanai who stormed the Black Temple and defeated Illidan. The finale highlights how longtime players will be able to relive the same experiences of the past, but also change their history, as we see a crowd of players heading towards the Dark Portal.
In short, based on the stories we hear in this music video for World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic, we can say that those who played the expansion originally released in 2007 will be able to relive the same experiences, but also create new ones. That said, if you want to stay up to date on World of Warcraft and all the most important video games of the moment, stay tuned to the pages of TechGameWorld.com. If you prefer to buy game keys at discounted prices, you can do so through our link to Instant Gaming.