The WoW Classic TBC beta just got much more exciting

The World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic's beta is ongoing and players can now start to level their toons up to 70, opening up even more content to test before the expansion launches fully later this year. For players lucky enough to get into the WoW Classic TBC Beta, a new update has added plenty of new content to test out!


Last week, the beta for Burning Crusade Classic saw an initial level cap increase to 68 from its initial cap of 64, showing that the beta is progressing along at a good clip. As such, the level cap increase is seen as a sign that the expansion for WoW Classic could be inching closer to its full launch later this year.


With the increase to 70, that speculation is only further fueled, especially as this opens up a host of new content to test, such as Heroic Dungeons, Arena Skirmishes and more.


How to Opt Into the WoW Classic TBC Beta

While many players found the WoW Classic TBC Beta in their Battle.net client and celebrated, many others are still waiting, checking their client each day to no avail.
While the WoW Classic TBC beta is invite only - you'll need to opt in to be eligible.


Via the forums post on the Blizzard forums:
With today’s build, which is now available, the Burning Crusade Beta now allows testing of all leveling content up to level 70. On top of this, players will have more endgame options in the WoW Classic TBC beta thanks to the new update, which also adds Heroic Dungeons and the Eye of the Storm battleground to the beta.


Please note that ranked/rated PvP is disabled for testing.
While raids themselves aren't listed as testable at the moment, there is plenty for level 70 characters to do with the skirmishes, battleground and the heroic dungeons now in The Burning Crusade Classic.


World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic’s beta testing has been ongoing for a few weeks now as players prepare themselves for the upcoming release on the live servers this year. WoW Shadowlands is moving fast - heading toward its biggest patch yet, the 9.1 Chains of Domination update.TBC isn’t the only content to be tested in WoW, as the live version’s 9.1 update, dubbed Chains of Domination, is slated to hit the PTR for Shadowlands this month.


We will keep updating the news of The Burning Crusade Classic's beta. Follow us, learn how to opt in to the WoW Classic TBC beta here. Of course, there is cheap WoW Classic gold for sale on mmopixel.com.