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WoW Classic Realms Population Report: August 27th

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We saw plenty of new realms opening yesterday due to extremely high demand and it's time to look at the current state of realm population after the WoW Classic launch madness.

In this report, we'll be only listing the current population of all realms, because realms that were previously marked as Full now have High population and we don't know whether players moved from these realms to new servers or if it's just the visual bug that Ion spoke about earlier.

Check out our WoW Classic Realm Population Hub for the latest information!

Europe

English Realms

Firemaw, Golemagg, and Mograine are currently experiencing connection issues. Players are reportedly disconnecting from the servers only to find themselves in queues upon reconnecting to the game.

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We experienced a drop of players - particularly on Mograine, Firemaw, and Golemagg. Those realms have recovered now but it does unfortunately mean that those who were disconnected are now queued to get back into those realms.

We know many of you are eager to play and we realise how frustrating this experience is, to that end we’re continuing to monitor the status of all EU Classic realms.

Blizzard launched multiple new servers in the EU yesterday.

Realm Name Type Population
Firemaw PvP High
Flamelash PvP Medium
Gandling PvP Medium
Gehennas PvP High
Golemagg PvP High
Hydraxian Waterlords RP Low
Mirage Raceway Normal Medium
Mograine PvP High
Nethergarde Keep Normal Low
Noggenfogger *new* PvP Medium
Pyrewood Village Normal Medium
Razorgore PvP Medium
Shazzrah PvP High
Stonespine *new* PvP Low
Zandalar Tribe RPPvP Medium

German Realms

Realm Name Type Population
Everlook Normal Medium
Lucifron PvP High
Patchwerk PvP Low
Razorfen Normal Medium
Venoxis PvP High

French Realms

Realm Name Type Population
Amnennar *new* PvP Medium
Auberdine Normal Medium
Sulfuron PvP High

Russian Realms

Realm Name Type Population
??? *new* PvP Medium
Flamegor PvP High
Chromie Normal Low

US

Blizzard opened a total of ten servers in the US last night. Most realms are currently sitting at Low population and it almost appears there are too many.

Realm Name Type Population
Ashkandi *new* Normal Low
Atiesh Normal Low
Bigglesworth PvP Low
Blaumeux PvP Low
Bloodsail Buccaneers RP Low
Deviate Delight *new* RPPvP Low
Fairbanks PvP Low
Grobbulus RPPvP Low
Kirtonos *new* PvP Low
Kromcrush *new* PvP Low
Kurinnaxx *new* PvP Low
Mankrik Normal Low
Myzrael Normal Low
Old Blanchy Normal Low
Pagle Normal Low
Rattlegore *new* PvP Low
Smolderweb *new* PvP Low
Sulfuras *new* PvP Low
Thalnos PvP Low
Westfall Normal Low
Incendius PvP Medium
Skeram PvP Medium
Whitemane PvP Medium
Faerlina PvP High
Herod PvP High
Stalagg PvP High

Oceania

Two Oceanic realms launched overnight.

Realm Name Type Population
Arugal PvP High
Felstriker *new* PvP Low
Remulos Normal Low
Yojamba *new* PvP Low

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the queues yesterday reminded me that I dont have time to pay $15/month to sit in a queue for 5 hours in order to play a game with friends.

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How is Pagle "Low" but has a 4k queue and 2 hour wait? Makes sense.

 

Because the original post was made 15 hours ago and yours was made 7 hours after it and realms are filling up quickly.

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10 hours ago, Shadowrane said:

How is Pagle "Low" but has a 4k queue and 2 hour wait? Makes sense.

There was a display bug that got fixed in the morning.

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Queues are low during “working hours” as soon as 2:30-10pm rolls around kids are home from school, people are home from work, and the queues jump to 3-4 hour waits

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This report seems a little ...um.... off. Incendius is ALWAYS high pop... with 4-500 minute waits (at least thats what it says... prolly a little less in reality). Athough is low to medium at 4-5am.  Also, Kirtonos is NOT low... it mostly medium to high (queue times less though, like 15-20min wait less)... and it is high from about 4pm to midnight (wait times 30 to 20 min).

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12 hours ago, Robotzh8teme said:

This report seems a little ...um.... off. Incendius is ALWAYS high pop... with 4-500 minute waits (at least thats what it says... prolly a little less in reality). Athough is low to medium at 4-5am.  Also, Kirtonos is NOT low... it mostly medium to high (queue times less though, like 15-20min wait less)... and it is high from about 4pm to midnight (wait times 30 to 20 min).

It was off due to a visual glitch as explained in our latest report.

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