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The fact is WoW Classic demands a ton of time from players

  • After publishing our initial story, Blizzard has upgraded the minimal system requirements for its upcoming Shadowlands expansion WOW TBC Classic Gold. According to the newest updated specs, players can still use the usual HDD even though the experience may be impacted due to the performance of the drive.WoW Shadowlands Requires an SSD to Play, Blizzard Says; Shadowlands Pre-Patch 9.0.1 Expected To Release Between September 22 and 29

    The system requirements for the upcoming World of Warcraft Shadowlands expansion have been updated, and according to Blizzard, an SSD drive is required to play the expansion. Past expansions, including World of Warcraft most recent Battle for Azeroth growth, didn't cite an SSD as a platform requirement.

    Like all system requirements, Blizzard does note that system demands may change over time as a result of possible changes being made to World of Warcraft. Interestingly, while Blizzard specifically says that an SSD is required to be able to play Shadowlands, World of Warcraft players are reporting that the wager

    Eues to kill one quest mob because of participant tear. Of course, busier servers on big patch days may still see the occasional login queue but they're generally less common these days.

    Another advantage of starting today is that the game's market will have settled down. Based upon the population of this server you pick, materials for crafting needs to be readily available on the Auction House and at much cheaper rates buy Burning Crusade Classic Gold. And if you would like to dabble in selling things yourself - to save your first mount perhaps - you ought to have a much more stable marketplace to achieve that.