Currently, the next patch of the game has been launched in the public test area of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic. Players will be able to test two new raids in the form of Viper Temple and Storm Fortress, and players will also be able to experience functions such as guild banking and group browser tools.
Since the introduction of Blizzard's MMO, players have been able to spit at other TBC Classic Gold players or characters and type /spit. But the beta version of the game patch 2.5.2 seems to be missing an emoji, especially the /spit emoji for other players. This means that /spit is no longer applicable to the latest PTR version, although players can still use emoticons on the ground.
Players can still use the emoji in the current version of Burning Crusade Classic and the latest Shadowlands expansion, but Blizzard did not comment on this change. This makes players wonder why this change occurred. According to WoWhead, some people speculate that this may be related to the use of emoticons to harass players who purchased the digital luxury version of Burning Crusade Classic. This is a set of microtransactions that include level upgrades and new mounts, and this transaction has never been in the original version of Burning Crusade. Appeared.
Recently, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick issued a Classic TBC Gold statement after filing a lawsuit in California. The statement stated that they would remove content deemed "inappropriate" from Activision Blizzard games, but did not expand on what this might mean. The statement seems to refer to the removal of NPC and former World of Warcraft game director Alex Afrasiabi named items because the latter was alleged in the California lawsuit for a pattern of sexual harassment. If players want to buy their favorite items in the game, players should first go to MMOWTS to accumulate a large amount of Classic TBC Gold.