The upcoming release date of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic expansion in June seems to have been leaked by Blizzard.
Some people found it on Reddit through PC Gamer. In the World of Warcraft Classic launcher briefly introduced the various announcements of The Burning Crusade, Blizzard set June 1 as the release date. Although this WOW Classic Gold For Sale announcement was quickly withdrawn, which indicates that the June 1 release date may be just a placeholder, but it may also be the same as Burning Crusade's expansion year, so that the leaked date is actually correct.
In 2007, the first expansion of World of Warcraft was The Burning Crusade, which opened the door of darkness to the outer world. With this version update, you can choose to venture into Outland or stay in Azeroth. These will be two different schedules for World of Warcraft. If you want to stay in 2004, just make sure to move your character to the "Times Realm" before The Burning Crusade takes over, or you can clone a character for very little money and experience both realms at the same time. Perhaps, GamesRadar will like the era of The Burning Crusade very much.
If this leaked news is true, Blizzard may issue an official announcement at any Classic WOW Gold time to inform players of the June release date of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic. You can look forward to this official announcement now.