World of Warcraft Classic is one of the most important games to come this month . Players will also like us thinking that the interest shown to the game is great. So much so that Blizzard has given WoW Classic fans a warning that an instant turnout of over 10,000 players can be seen.
As it is known, Blizzard recently allowed potential WoW Classic players to reserve character names . When the interest shown in reservations was great, the company passed this warning to the players. Players who want to relive nostalgia show great interest in the game. The problem, however, is that many users have chosen Herod as ‘realm’. If this goes on, it will be almost impossible to get in on the Herod server on the game day.
Blizzard asks the players for a realm change
In a post on Battle.net , community manager Randy ‘Kaivax’ Jordan asked the players who wanted to play at Herod to switch servers. A If all existing players remain on this server, the logon order for more than 10,000 players seems to be certain. When you think about the players coming to the exit of the game, this number will probably be exceeded. ”
To expect so many numbers again in an MMORPG game, frankly it seems strange to me today. In fact, with today’s facilities, realms can accommodate a “10,000” player more easily. When asked why this route is not preferred, Kaivax says:
“Although we can fit more players into a single zone in 2019 than in 2006, we cannot raise this title even though we have the technical capacity to do so. There are too many players in Herod right now. We open a new realm and invite players there. This allows the player population to spread as evenly as possible to ensure the best gaming experience before launch. ”