World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic players raging after Brewfest ends days earlier than announced
Even if you are not into Massive multiplayer online role-playing games, you must have surely heard of World of Warcraft. Initially released in the winter of 2004, the game takes players to the fantasy world of Azeroth.
It is developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment, one of the biggest names in the video game industry. Thanks to frequent content updates, WoW is still going strong.
Over the years, the game has received eight expansion packs, with the latest one coming out last year named Shadowlands.
In 2019, Blizzard launched World of Warcraft Classic, a title that allowed players to enjoy the original version of the game without any expansion packs.
Players are disappointed since Blizzard did not let them complete enough horde quests to collect 600 tokens. Many say that they were one or two days away from being able to collect the tokens and were grinding for the same for almost two weeks.
@WarcraftDevs Total lack of communication for Classic players. Where are the blues? Brewfest ended too early. It was a bugged mess. Even less coins (tickets in 2007) than 2007 making it superhard to earn enough for mount.
Just a heads up, Brewfest has ended on Oceanic servers. Wowhead stated it was ending on the 6th. This and the fact that important (horde) quests didn’t even work early on to help you reach 600 tokens makes it a major disappointment. It seems the only way to have reached the limit was to log out every 8 hours to be able to do the ram riding on multiple days.
Add to this the removal of other quests from the original version (pink elekk) has made if quiet the frustration for those that didn’t luck out with random drops (or possibly wanted future achievement).(Source)
In case you are unaware, the Brewfest event was taking place at the Ironforge Entrance (Alliance) and Orgrimmar Entrance (Horde).
It rewards players with Brewfest Prize Tokens which can be used to purchase the majority of items that are on sale during the event.
There is no word from Blizzard Entertainment right now. We will update this article once more information is available, so make sure you keep an eye on this space.
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