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Turns out some of World of Warcraft: Classic's demo 'bugs' are not bugs after all | PC Gamer

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Blizzard has revealed what progress its made since World of Warcraft Classic's demo and fed back on issues reported by those who played it.In an update on the official forums, community manager "Kaivax" said the team had been "following the discussions" about World of Warcraft Classic—a recreation of the 2004 MMO and slated to release later this year—courtesy of "fantastic" fan feedback about the demo. 
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