When WoW: Classic landed in August 2019, nostalgic fans flocked to the servers in droves to relive the start of their World of Warcraft experience. They've been shut down so shortly and rapidly that it's being heralded as "the tip of private servers" by quite a number of folks. In all likelyhood there would just be a handful of nostalgia seekers staying put, once the preliminary curiosity has died down. The query is, does the existence of bootlegged, expansion-locked servers mean that there's a market? Bnetd was big during a lot of Blizzard's betas as a result of many people downloaded the game clients without permission and started to play said betas on emulated servers. I would very much wish to play BC from the start, simply to soak up the lore. Raid tiers are more like PVP seasons (or seasons in sports activities for that matter) than we expect. I feel it is an excellent concept , to see what was and now isn't as a historian i want i could travel back in time see for my very own eyes the mighty roman empire , watch the pyramids being constructed. Once they first launched it I obtained significantly again into the game.