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Blizzard have announced that Season of Mastery characters will be able to transfer to either Classic Era or Wrath of the Lich King Classic when the season ends!
Som Transfer (Source)
Since the very beginning of Season of Mastery the topic of where seasonal characters would end up when the season ends has been a hot topic of discussion for not only the community, but for our team internally as well. We’ve spent a ton of times talking amongst ourselves, talking to SoM players, and reading comments on these forums and social media, and it’s very clear that there’s a strong desire to be able to continue the adventures of your seasonal characters in Wrath of the Lich King Classic. We are excited to let everyone know that there will be a way for Season of Mastery characters to transfer to either Classic Era or Wrath of the Lich King Classic for free when the current season begins to wind down.
It’s likely you’ll have questions around this, and we hope to be able to share more details soon. As for timing, this is still quite a ways off and will happen sometime well after the release of Naxxramas in SoM. We want to make sure that Naxxramas has plenty of time to breathe before we start this process and players start to find their new forever homes for their seasonal characters.
Thanks a ton for all of the feedback on this.
Join level designers Ely Cannon, Sarah Boulian-Verrall, and Aaron Keller in the latest episode of Building Azeroth: Wrath of the Lich King, as they take us on a journey through Northrend to show us what it takes to bring an icebound world to life.
Blizzard uploaded a new video to the WoW YouTube channel where level designers talk about designing Northrend.
Here come new WotLK Classic beta development notes, as the level cap moves to 80, we get flying, some revamped features, and plenty more!
June 29 (Source)
Level Cap: 80
Flying In Northrend Normal and Heroic Max-Level Dungeons Questing/Level-up Experience Northrend Zones Dungeons New Spells, Talents, and Abilities Death Knight Starting Experience New Systems and Features: Revamped Group Finder Vehicles Quest phasing Glyphs and Inscription Update: We’ve placed additional Glyph Vendors in Shattrath near A’dal
Blizzard added support for a Level 70 boost in the latest Wrath Classic Beta build.
The feature is called "Wrath Pass" and can be found under the Character Service Info database table.
It comes with the following Frozen Throne icon.
Blizzard introduced the Dark Portal Pass with Burning Crusade Classic. The service boosts 1 character to Level 58 and costs 40 EUR. Each WoW account is limited to one Dark Portal Pass purchase, according to the official website, so we think it will be the same in Wrath Classic -- a purchasable boost to Level 70 that lets you skip Burning Crusade content.
Blizzard have clarified that they will in fact be implementing quest tracking features into WoTLK Classic, despite developer comments in an interview with Game Rant. They did not mention when the features would arrive, but they are in active development.
Quest Tracking (Source)
Just wanted to pop in and say that we do in fact intend to implement the quest tracking features that were added in patch 3.3 of original Wrath of the Lich King into the Quest Log and Map UI at some point. The interviews linked by the OP were a few months old and our thinking has changed quite a bit on this since then.
This feature isn’t present on the Wrath of the Lich King beta at this time, but this along with several other UI features such as the Calendar and Equipment Manager are still in active development.
Thanks for all the feedback around this!