World of Warcraft shows why it was – and remains – the MMO to beat, with an enthralling world and satisfying sense of progression
World of Warcraft Classic's uncanny ability to bring players together and immerse them in adventure hasn't aged a day.
World of Warcraft went through many changes over the years, for better and for worse. That leaves Classic feeling conflicted, both a rose-tinted dream and a dated mess.
A well-implemented redux of a moment in time, which may surprise you with its engaging focus on leveling as the primary experience.
Overall World of Warcraft Classic is a solid effort and a ton of fun.
Frankly, it's remarkable that something so inherently offensive to modern-day MMORPG sensibilities has the audaciousness to be this incredible.
So far, in my own meager opinion, World of Warcraft Classic has entirely lived up to the hype. I honestly couldn’t be happier with the state of things as they are now. For me and many other returning players, it genuinely feels like coming home, and we couldn’t be more excited.