World of Warcraft Classic’s smaller servers are not getting the help they need for the Ahn’Qiraj War Effort

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The next phase of World of Warcraft Classic content updates will bring in Naxxramas, which is something you would like to have following the opening of the Gates of Ahn’Qiraj. We already know about players on some Classic servers that made their way through that event with great alacrity. But some of the game’s smaller servers are encountering a notable problem with just not having that many people to turn in materials, something Blizzard promised would be addressed by automatic turn-ins to help ensure servers got through the event. Except that 38 days in, that appears to not be happening.

Players are understandably upset about this particular issue, since it means that many smaller servers are not receiving the promised help and thus are unable to make any progress toward opening the gates. There’s been no official word on why this is failing to take place, so it may just be an error, but it’s filling players with some anxiety about actually getting the raid open. Then again, the SSD requirement listed for the next expansion’s system requirements was revealed to be an error, so hope springs eternal.

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