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WoW Classic at Home BlizzCon Demo, Faction Cloaks and Banners with Virtual Ticket

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It seems this year's BlizzCon virtual ticket beats all others and will be more than validating its increased cost, as we're getting to play the first demo of WoW Classic! You won't have to be at the con to play it either, as all virtual ticket holders will get to play the same demo that'll be shown on the show floor, starting on November 2 on or around 1pm PDT and lasting until 10am PST on November 8!

We're also getting some in-game cosmetics with a ticket purchase, featuring faction themed cloaks and banners, among many other things for all Blizzard games.

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The BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket is now available for purchase and if you’re a World of Warcraft fan you won’t want to miss a moment of the event—or the WoW extras that come with it, including epic in-game goodies and access to the Blizzcon WoW Classic demo at home!

World of Warcraft® Classic BlizzCon® Demo

Every BlizzCon, we look for opportunities to bring new aspects of the experience to our community around the world. This year, we’re excited to announce that for the first time ever, BlizzCon Virtual Ticket holders will join BlizzCon attendees as the first people to play the World of Warcraft Classic demo we’re creating for BlizzCon at home.

Shortly after the BlizzCon opening ceremony on November 2 (on or around 1pm PDT), players will be able to download the same in-development BlizzCon WoW Classic Demo that will be playable on the show floor. Players will have a chance to explore and enjoy a limited questing experience through a pair of classic early-level zones—one Horde and one Alliance—and experience firsthand our recreation of the original Azeroth.

Once the demo is live, you’ll be able to play until 10am PST on November 8, giving BlizzCon attendees a chance to check it out again once they get back home.

Declare Your Allegiance With BlizzCon In-Game Loot

In addition to access to the BlizzCon WoW Classic Demo, starting today BlizzCon attendees and Virtual Ticket holders will receive commemorative in-game items that will help them proudly display their Horde or Alliance pride as the Battle for Azeroth rages on:

  • War Mantle of the Alliance & War Mantle of the Horde: Show all of Azeroth where your allegiance lies with a pair of faction-themed cosmetic cloaks—one for Horde characters, and one for Alliance.
  • Stormwind Champion’s War Banner & Orgrimmar Hero’s War Banner: Strike fear into your enemies and stand your ground when you plant your faction’s banner on the battlefield.
     

In addition to this year’s WoW items and access to the BlizzCon WoW Classic demo, the Virtual Ticket provides plenty of great BlizzCon content for your viewing pleasure along with additional in-game goodies from Overwatch®, Diablo® III, Hearthstone®, Heroes of the Storm®, and StarCraft® II.

Learn more about the Virtual Ticket then order yours!

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Those virtual ticket rewards are horrendous. Literally nothing compared to what they gave in the past, and they raised the cost of the ticket. Am I missing something here?

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24 minutes ago, DasBigHippo said:

Woo, pay loads of money for a demo of an old game that really is only good to people still wearing their nostalgia goggles.

no other mmo could even come close to how good WoW was in 2004 so yes many people want to re-play the game that got them into mmos

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One zone?  Are they going to do a starting area?

I can tell you that while I thought Elwynn Forest went on forever when I first logged in I don’t want to play one zone of vanilla again and call it a day.  Doesn’t matter which zone.

This is one guaranteed fail strategy IMHO.  It will do nothing but show just how dumb a game WoW was when taken in small bites.  The community mattered as much if not more than the game.  That of course doesn’t matter or exist anymore.

No single zone of vanilla will make people oooooh and aaaaah and make them sign up.

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1 hour ago, DasBigHippo said:

Woo, pay loads of money for a demo of an old game that really is only good to people still wearing their nostalgia goggles.

While I agree with the Nostalgia goggles thing, you're getting more than just the one zone of Vanilla demo for a blizzcon ticket because you get other things too.

Also, there are definitely people that are going to want to experience what all this hype is, and use this demo as a way to gauge if they would actually want to play classic wow or not. Especially the people that were already getting the blizzcon ticket anyways and think "hey, why not"

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Gut: Hey man, I don't trust this staggered release announcements for the in game items, maybe we should wait.

Brain: Nah man, we own all the games we're gonna get loot for and the WoW stuff is awesome, did you forget about murkidan and our mounts?

Ok guys I'll just blind buy it.

*Today*
WHY DID I LISTEN TO YOU BRAIN!?!

 

No mounts, no pets, crummy in game items, and a demo for a version of WoW I never want to go back to.

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5 hours ago, Maxkitty said:

Those virtual ticket rewards are horrendous. Literally nothing compared to what they gave in the past, and they raised the cost of the ticket. Am I missing something here?

The ticket isn't for the in game rewards, it's to access Blizzcon from home and they've added more in terms of come control. If you're buying it just for the in game rewards then you are doing it wrong.

 

7 minutes ago, Sawzorthn said:

No mounts, no pets, crummy in game items, and a demo for a version of WoW I never want to go back to.

Gee, it's like there's an event tied to the ticket or something...

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12 minutes ago, Myke said:

The ticket isn't for the in game rewards, it's to access Blizzcon from home and they've added more in terms of come control. If you're buying it just for the in game rewards then you are doing it wrong.

No. You're doing it wrong. We can get access to the information from the panels from numerous websites, this lovely place included. We however can only get access to the in game goodies through the virtual ticket, heck even this years irl loot bag is weaker than previous years.

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6 minutes ago, Sawzorthn said:

We can get access to the information from the panels from numerous websites,

Sure, if you want to read the text instead of watching it live, as well as having access to every panel that's happening that weekend.

 

7 minutes ago, Sawzorthn said:

We however can only get access to the in game goodies through the virtual ticket

Okay, and? There's been a couple of years that I didn't buy the virtual ticket, and missing out on those items didn't bother me at all.

 

8 minutes ago, Sawzorthn said:

heck even this years irl loot bag is weaker than previous years.

Then don't buy it. #consumerschoice #votewithyourwallet #sickofentitlement

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I don't think the rewards are enough to spend the 50 bucks for the virtual ticket, WoW players get a cloak and banner and the ability to play a demo of a game that was released 14 years ago.

As a Vanilla Vet, the only thing that I am looking forward to with Classic is seeing the world again prior to the Cataclysm. Other than that the difficulty/leveling/class control/balancing/drop complaints that have put some people in a nootin pantsy for BfA, isn't really different than what we had in 2004-5.

I think a lot of the younger generation that is playing today hear about how great Vanilla was compared to today and want to see that, which is cool but I think we should all be prepared for what we sacrifice. I remember taking forever to hit higher levels because the exp rate was so low to accommodate for 60 levels. Unlike today, hitting Level 10 was a feat. The fastest level 60 on my server took 3 weeks while people with casual play took roughly around a month or a month and a half to hit max. I know people have been running with private servers and all that which could have perks/down perks or streamline the game as it was.

I know for myself that I am kind of on the fence about Classic because of all the time it generally consumes compared to the modern version of the game. Going from zone to zone to complete quests without a mount prior to level 40 was a time sink, running to every dungeon because summoning stones didn't work as they do now at low level was another beast; finding a group was spamming channels or in guild; the dungeons alone were another lengthy beast even with Tier 1.

Endgame was actually dull compared to today.

1) It literally farming out Stratholme, Scholomance, BRS for Dungeon Set 1 and items that don't necessarily make you great or raid ready for Molten Core.

2) Farming out dungeons and crafted gear for the best in slot Fire/Shadow/Nature/Frost Resist gear (depending on Raid Tier).

3) Farming for potions, feasts, crafted gear that may help boost your suitability. 

4) There are no daily or world quests to keep you engaged.

5) Gathering 40 people alone was a feat unless you were in a top guild.

6) Farming mats for the tailor to make your Shadowflame cloak once they have the pattern in order to do Nefarian (if doing BWL).

7) Attunement Quests were fun at first but a pain in the ass overall.

8) Farming for cooking patterns so that someone could supply a good feast.

9) World Bosses drops weren't very impressive *Looking at you Azuregos*

I do caveat, it will be fun to revisit the world prior to Cata and see things they once were again.

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11 hours ago, Myke said:

The ticket isn't for the in game rewards, it's to access Blizzcon from home and they've added more in terms of come control. If you're buying it just for the in game rewards then you are doing it wrong.

 

Gee, it's like there's an event tied to the ticket or something...

Lol...its actually cheaper for them to provide an in-game item as an incentive then a demo of a game, I can guarantee you that the $10 increase is for the Demo.

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Be me, get BlizzcCon ticket to go to BlizzCon and spend some time with friends in Cali. Goodie box is meh, in game rewards are meh, and access to classic is only until the 8th. Feels real good... I hate to be a complainer but man, its just kind of a let down this year for me personally. Like who even uses cloaks in their transmog??

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3 hours ago, Nazamber said:

I can guarantee you that the $10 increase is for the Demo.

It's actually not if you paid attention to the stream from a week or two ago.

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3 hours ago, Nazamber said:

I don't think the rewards are enough to spend the 50 bucks for the virtual ticket

The in-game items are a perk of buying the virtual ticket, not THE REASON to buy the virtual ticket...

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I love how it's somehow a "first time ever" experience playing Vanilla WoW via a paid ticket, as if the game hasn't been release by 3rd parties, and by Blizzard. Definitely double dipping the chip. "You should NEVER double dip the chip, Jerry."

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4 hours ago, Myke said:

The in-game items are a perk of buying the virtual ticket, not THE REASON to buy the virtual ticket...

We bought the virtual ticket because its the ONLY way to get the in game items. You bought the virtual ticket for access to the panels that at least 4 different websites have up to the minute information on. Yes, WE'RE the ones doing it wrong.

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8 hours ago, Myke said:

The in-game items are a perk of buying the virtual ticket, not THE REASON to buy the virtual ticket...

For majority buying it, they are. No one will care about streams that will become irrelevant in the end, but skins, mounts (well, no mount or pet this time) will stay, to be used anytime.

Anyway, this year's stuff appears to be the weakest so far. Only thing I would like so far, is Sombra skin for Overwatch. Banners and cloak transmogs are pretty average, they don't stand out visually that much, as they are in standard human/orc theme. 

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20 hours ago, Myke said:

The in-game items are a perk of buying the virtual ticket, not THE REASON to buy the virtual ticket...

Myke, have you ever figured out how to double quote? You are like the biggest quote troll on these forums...L2 Quote in one post versus 40.

Also, I am one of the people that buy the ticket for the items (since I am a collector) and maybe watch a panel or two but other than that..I could careless what they dish out Blizzcon because it will literally be on Youtube...within minutes after that...

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