June 1st was probably their initial planned release date. Shame because it probably means it'll be pushed back beyond June 1st which is the start of summer vacation
I dread if it's the actual TBC release and not prepatch. That gives us 2 weeks at most for the prepatch, whereas the actual prepatch was twice that length.
I'm doubtful that they'll release it that soon.
Original TBC prepatch was 46 days.
I've heard August 17th was the new date. Not sure how credible this screenshot is.
Are we prepared?
I'm not sure it'll be released that soon, I'm betting at least late June on Dark Portal.
I'll be pissed if it's June 1st despite me wanting to play it badly. I want to enjoy the prepatch for a bit before TBC though. AKA I want to grind out that honor in classic during prepatch for that rank 14 gear :)
Don't think this is true, that'd mean the prepatch is really short and they did say they wanted to give players enough time to level b.elves or draenei.
Thus just doesnt jive with the speculation of May 18th prepatch. 12 days real time to level an Alliance Shaman or Horde Paladin. Setting aside mob tagging and mage boost type leveling a fast 4 day /played solo leveling time to 60 would require 8 hours a day /played...doesn't feel blizz like.
You sit on a throne of lies
This seems like it could be another scheduled post of old marketing material that was just forgotten about. Unless pre-patch randomly drops tomorrow, I don't think June 1 gives anyone enough time to get through pre-patch leveling or the content there
It could mean an altered restart tomorrow and pre-patch being released.
no way its june 1st
which probably confirms no 9.1 until late July at the earliest