WoW Classic Phase 4: Zul’Gurub release date following Burning Crusade poll

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WoW Classic Phase 4: Zul’Gurub release date following Burning Crusade poll 1

Blizzard has announced that they will be launching the Zul’Gurub raid as part of its WoW Classic Phase 4 plans in April. World of Warcraft gamers have been waiting some time for the update and it likes it will be another week before everything is ready. Blizzard has elected to launch WoW Classic content in waves since the mode went live back in 2019. The issues with overloaded servers have now passed, meaning that the rollout of the latest content should run smoother than in the past.

WHEN DOES WOW CLASSIC PHASE 4 RELEASE?

According to Blizzard, WoW Classic Phase 4 content will be released on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

This will include the Zul’Gurub raid, as well as the Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza, and Dragons of Nightmare event.

From what has been shared so far, Blizzard plans to release this new WoW Classic Phase 4 content at 3pm PT.

This should mean that the big WoW Classic update will be available to download by 11pm, BST, in the UK.

Details on the new content coming to World of Warcraft can be found below, courtesy of Blizzard.

Zul’Gurub

Hidden in the jungles of Stranglethorn, an ancient Troll city full of peril has been uncovered. Do you have what it takes to delve into its mysteries with a band of hardy explorers? There’s only one way to find out! Zul’Gurub is a high-level, 20-man raid instance with 120 new rare and epic items to uncover. Adventure awaits!


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