To be able to save the sense of the original game, Blizzard are taking a similar strategy with classic gold wow. The game launched in roughly the same state as vanilla WoW has been after its own release, and they will be rolling out extra content in a variety of stages, after more or less the same sequence as the original so as to maintain the planned progression.
This represents a rest from convention for Blizzard, who in the retail sport have always unlocked fresh raids at several times for North America, Europe, and Asia.
The other big news is the arrival of the Darkmoon Faire, which will be a world event that provides games, loot, and more -- such as the much sought Darkmoon Decks. The Faire will put up in Mulgore and Elwyn Forest, with all the festivities opening on February 10.
Meanwhile, Blizzard have also introduced level 50 class quests, which provide a selection of powerful rare things when completed, while many faction sellers will now offer the reputation rewards that were introduced in vanilla WoW's patches 1.6 and 1.7. Duke Hydraxis will now currently offer Eternal Quintessence to buy classic wow gold that have completed"hands of the Enemy" and reached Revered status with Hydraxian Waterlords.