There are roughly 24 hours left before the realms of the World of Warcraft Classic will open their doors to, literally, tens of millions of psyched players worldwide, and if you’re anything like us, you’re already waiting with one-foot set on the start line. However, as we’ve previously written in one of our articles, quite a few of the available realms are way too full for the most pleasant WoW experience to happen.

The login queues are estimated to have an excess of tens of thousands of players, and this sounds pretty terrifying, especially for those players who don’t have an insurmountable amount of playtime in their pockets. However, Blizzard has been hard at work to ease the login pains, and as a result, we have four new realms opening their gates to you, the players.

Four more Classic servers will be available right from the get-go and it is strongly advised to jump on them and make a smart trade-off between the time you’ll have to wait in order to log in, and the time you could spend on enjoying the game like it was almost a decade ago. The four new WoW Classic Servers are:

  • Incendius – an Eastern PvP server
  • Bigglesworth – a Pacific PvP server
  • Old Blanchy – a Pacific Normal server
  • Westfall – an Eastern Normal server

Blizzard also notes: ‘’We urge players on realms marked Full or High to plan to play on one of these new realms to avoid the longest queues, and to help spread the player population as evenly as possible and provide the best play experience for everyone’’.

Have you already chosen your realm? Or will you be switching your mind at the very last moment? Also, World of Warcraft classic will require a valid WoW account with an active monthly subscription, so in case you’re coming back to WoW after a long break, or your current membership is about to run out, check our deals and be prepared, for the wave of nostalgy is sure to strike you big time.