Gamer hacked the demo of World of Warcraft: Classic and compared it with WoW 2005

The game is not working quests and the gamer could only run around the world, exploring the virtual area.

The game is not working quests and the gamer could only run around the world, exploring the virtual area.

Blizzard has opened pre download of the demo version of World of Warcraft: Classic a week before release for owners of the virtual ticket BlizzCon 2018. The developers have blocked the start of the game before release, but impatient gamers found a way to bypass the lock.
What is known

One of the craftsmen have been a YouTube user with the nickname Dodgy Kebaab. Guy ran the demo of World of Warcraft: Classic, but he had to “dance with tambourine”. The game will not connect to official Blizzard servers, Kebaab run it in “virtual sandbox”. So, World of Warcraft: Classic of connectilis to a dedicated server on the computer and not the official.

Because of this, the game is not working quests and the gamer could only run around the world, exploring the virtual area. Dodgy Kebaab even made a video in which he compared the World of Warcraft: Classic and WoW 2005. Version 2018 has improved textures and lighting, as well as a redesigned user interface. Besides, in the settings there is a button, which will return the graphics of World of Warcraft: Classic in 2005.

Recall that the formal owners of the virtual ticket BlizzCon 2018 will be able to run World of Warcraft: Classic 2 Nov.

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