Blizzard’s old World of Warcraft experience will soon release the World of Warcraft classic patch, which will allow players to choose to stay in the classic era or switch to the Burning Crusade classic. Players who want to move their characters to "Burning Crusade" can do so for free, but this is "World of Warcraft", so some people will want to play both games at the same time. In order to adapt to this situation, Blizzard announced that it will allow users to clone its role. In this way, they will have an instance of the role in both versions. However, there is a problem with the price of the classic clone of World of Warcraft.
More importantly, its price is set at $35, which is somewhere between "Are you serious?" and "How could it cost so much?" Of course, this leads to a lot of outspoken things. Because when most players have already paid a monthly fee, it seems a bit weird to charge such a high price just to clone a character. Blizzard did not let it lie and absorb the anger, instead decided to drastically reduce the price.
When "The Burning Crusade Classic" went live, its price was only $15, a price cut of more than 50%. Once the clone option appears next week, this new price will be reflected in the classic version of World of Warcraft. 15 dollars is still not a small amount, but I am happy that Blizzard is at least willing to do something to alleviate this situation.
World of Warcraft Classic has been running since August 2019 and has kept its game in patch 1.13 since its release. Previously, players experienced the older version of the game on a private server until Blizzard stepped in to shut it down to provide its own services. The "Burning Crusade Classic" released on June 1 is the same as the original time capsule version of "The Burning Crusade", with the same concept. The two classic versions will run at the same time, which means that there may be further expansions in the future.