WoW Classic Beta Build Appears on Blizzard’s Vendor CDN; Blizzcon Demo Client Codebase Receives Update
A new WoW Classic Beta build has just appeared on Blizzard’s Vendor CDN which might imply that a beta for the vanilla server option is inbound.
While Blizzard has yet to officially confirm a beta for WoW Classic, the new entry on Blizzard’s vendor content delivery network could mean that an announcement is on its way.
“There is currently no public Beta version of WoW Classic”, Blizzard wrote some months ago. “For a chance at being selected if a Beta becomes available, make sure Warcraft is checked on the Beta Profile settings in Blizzard account management.”
As uncovered by a Wowhead user, the new beta entry updates the client database from 7.3.5 to 8.01.
Earlier this month, Blizzard released patch Battle for Azeroth patch 8.2 Rise of Azshara on its Vendor CDN, and this upcoming content update for Battle for Azeroth was rolled out to the PTR yesterday.
WoW Classic is slated for a global release this summer. Fans had the opportunity to try the WoW Classic Demo during last year’s Blizzcon event.
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