Brian Birmingham: Oh my god.

  • There are a lot of people who didn't play in the past few months WOW WOTLK Classic Gold , have returned to try it out and participate in the fun. They're so passionate about it. And the community is just amazing with regards to helping each other and understanding that things are going to get a little harder. And maybe there's some sharp edges that you can't experience within Modern WoW, but that's part of the attraction for them.

    "I'm most happy with the community and the players. We had no idea the time we played WoW Classic how well-liked it was going to be truly." -- John Hight

    Brian Birmingham: Actually, I talked to some people who thought they were so polite in Classic partially as a kind of retribution for the fact that they might not have been pleasant 15 years ago. Wanted an opportunity to make some new relationWarcraft with a better attitude. Everyone's a bit more mature, a little more sensible in their views.

    The response toward The Burning Crusade was near-unanimous applause. As your first expansion to WoW, how did that affect your feelings when you first played it? And what impact did such strong reviews affect your process of development and future plans?

    Brian Birmingham: Oh my god. I remember it as an immense lift. I was still a relatively new employee at the time But I do remember I went to the midnight signing. There were midnight signings where we would take people out to sign their collectors editions and regular boxes while they queue up at midnight to purchase the items. It was awe-inspiring to be able to see thatand hear stories from the original creators about lines that surrounded the building. We actually had them at multiple locations. It was so exciting for the fans to buy WOTLK Gold come out and really party with us.