When does WoW: TBC Classic Phase 2 release?

Phase Two should be arriving very soon.

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World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic was released earlier this year and its initial content patch has been on the live servers since early June. Classic players have been eagerly waiting for a new taste of content from Blizzard, and finally, the game’s next major patch is on the horizon. 

Phase two of WoW: TBC Classic will launch on Sept. 15, according to a recent announcement from Blizzard Entertainment.

WoW: TBC Classic’s content rollout is scheduled to take place over five “phases.” These phases will each include new raids, dungeons, and PvP seasons for players to explore and conquer. The second phase of WoW: TBC Classic has been available for testing on the game’s Public Test Realm since July 29 and will remain available to test until its full release on Sept. 15.

Phase One of WoW: Classic was live for exactly 78 days before Phase Two launched on Nov. 12, 2019. With the release date of the second phase of The Burning Crusade Classic now revealed, there will be 106 days in between the launch of the game’s first expansion and its second content phase.

It’s unclear whether Blizzard’s widespread sexual assault lawsuit has had a direct impact on the relatively lengthy development process of TBC Classic’s second phase. Regardless, more Classic content is finally on its way. Players will get to tackle two iconic raids, Tempest Keep and Serpentshrine Cavern, in addition to being able to compete in a new season of PvP battles.