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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:54pm 08/07/19 | 1 Comments
That will be ready in time for World of Warcraft Classic's launch on August 27 - ready to host players from Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. Servers will be hosted in Australia with the names of the the Oceanic realms to be made available prior to reservations opening up on August 13.

This is definitely good news for those keen to fire up WoW Classic next month, but also a little bitter-sweet as low-pings will no doubt present a different type of experience. One where we all can't complain about the lack of local servers, trying to figure out which realm to join - and then begging Blizzard to add a local realm.

The announcement came via a forum post after many months of local players doing just that. Well, not begging per se, but asking for some Oceanic love none the less.

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Posted 03:37pm 08/7/19

I they ever do a Burning Crusade server, they need the raid ruining mid evening "honor lag"
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