You could have noticed that the raid content in the World of Warcraft TBC Classic server is slightly not the same as the content inside the expansion pack you remember originally launched in 2007. You can Buy Classic TBC Gold on MMOSO with your friend. Although may very well not have stepped into the Serpentshrine Cavern or Tempest Keep within the first month or higher of the expansion, the one thing that prevents you from entering is often a tuning questline that isn't highly publicized.
Since the equipment in these raids is indeed much better than the equipment in other raids, such as Gruul's Lair and Karazhan, Blizzard chose to postpone the release because the players have a better understanding of the game compared to what they did at the time.
It is true that if Blizzard releases these instances when TBC launches, most of the early final game content and rewards of the expansion will quickly become irrelevant. For this reason, the Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep raids will be released as part of the second phase of the TBC classic. The second phase's exact date has not yet been announced, but the testing of this phase began on the game's PTR at the end of last month.
In the past, Blizzard tried to make old content releases mimicking the timeline they followed when initially releasing content in the mid-2000s. But this particular situation makes it more difficult to determine when we might see these raids.
If follow this rate, we hope to conduct a raid sometime in the next three to four weeks. This means that most players will have about 15 weeks to conduct Level 4 raids before new content arrives.
Although the Dark Temple declined only 18 weeks after the initial release of TBC, the astonishing early release of the raid allowed us to have the fourth floor for 12 to 15 weeks, now, it is the best time to Classic TBC Buy Gold. and then spend similar time on the fifth floor for a more appropriate spread. More content than players got in 2007.