WoW TBC Classic: Supposed Leak Reveals Date for Phase 2


Phase 1 of WoW: Burning Crusade Classic is dragging on like chewing gum by now, which is surely due to the fact that Blizzard officials have yet to reveal a date for the start of content phase 2 and PvP season 2. So what are many Outland fans currently doing (according to our hunch)? They continue to prepare for Serpentshrine, Fortress of Storms and co.

, wink or treat themselves to a WoW break or two away from the raid dates.

And because many TBC fans are currently longing for phase 2, a Reddit post is currently getting a lot of attention. In it, you can see a screenshot of a supposed Blizzard forums post that was later said to have gone offline. The topic of the post: The dates for the end of TBC Classic PvP Season 1 and the start of TBC Classic PvP Season 2, which would then result in the release of TBC Classic Phase 2.

  • TBC Classic PvP Season 1 is scheduled to end on September 14, according to the post.
  • TBC Classic PvP Season 2 is scheduled to start on September 28, according to the post.
  • TBC Classic season 2 would then be released on September 21.

But see for yourself:

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In the comments section, some players agree that this is a fake. Here are some of the observations:

  • Release date of the post is said to have been August 17, which is a week ago.
  • The quality of the screenshot is lousy.
  • There is actually a Blizzard employee named Linxy and he currently stands at 129 posts in the US forum (in the picture it's 125), in the EU forum he has significantly less posts.
  • New World will be released on September 28.
  • Phase 2 landed on the PTR on July 30 and would have been available for testing for more than seven weeks.

What do you think: Is this a fake or a real leak? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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