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Working Addons for WoW Classic Stress Test

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We have a stress test scheduled for tomorrow on WoW Classic Beta and this post highlights some addons which have been found working with the Classic version of the game right now.

Popular Resources for Classic Addons

The sites listed below contain a list of addons working with Classic Beta.

Recommended Addons

Even though the stress test is limited to level 5, you may want to install at least some addons to help you during that time. The addons we're using currently on Beta include:

  • Map Coords Classic - Adds coordinates to the minimap and the world map, vital for navigating quest objectives.
  • Dominos Classic - A main actionbar replacement.
    • Alternatively, you can use TukUI, which has been ported to Classic.
  • Vendor Price - Displays the vendor price of items.
  • Questie v4 Alpha - A standalone Classic QuestHelper. While the addon is still early in development and some features may not work as intended, the latest version comes with objectives tracking, for some quests at least!

How to Install Addons for Classic

Download the addon you want to install. Navigate to your WoW installation folder, extract the addon and move it to the Interface/Addons folder. Start the game and on the bottom left, make sure that your addons are enabled.

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You no longer need to rename the Questie folder.

Questie is a little different. You must first visit GitHub, and click on the green "Clone or download" button. Extract the folder, rename "QuestieDev-QuestieClassic" to just "Questie" and move it to Interface/Addons.

Happy testing!

 

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