Dataminers have discovered some clues in the game data of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic on the test server, which could point to a cash shop for the Classic server. Accordingly, several images have emerged that are strongly reminiscent of the design of the existing cash shop in World of Warcraft.

You can see the two mounts “Warp Stalker” and “Viridian Phase Hunter” as well as several toys. This could be the contents of the Deluxe Edition of TBC. In addition, there are also pictures for 30 days of game time and a character boost in the game data. Blizzard officials have not yet commented on the issue. You can find the pictures mentioned on the website of WoW Head behind the source. Many RPG fans don’t want a cash shop because it wouldn’t match the nostalgic Classic experience from back then.

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The beta of the upcoming expansion is currently running on the role-playing game’s test servers. There is no firm release for The Burning Crusade yet. By the way: If you want to get access to the beta, you can try your luck in our current competition. A total of 25 keys will be raffled among the participants. You have until April 30th at 2:59 p.m. to register for the competition. You can also find more information about WoW Classic on our topic page.

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