The Paladin ability Seal of Blood now properly performs its primary damage effect.
The Paladin ability Pure of Heart now properly increases resistance to curses and diseases.
The Priest ability Pain Suppression now properly increases resistance to Dispel mechanics.
Shaman totem buffs are now displayed in the buff list.
The Warrior talent Second Wind now triggers on Immobilize effects.
So far, Blizzard has not provided a full release schedule for the Classic Burning Crusade experience.
However, based on previous Classic betas, fans are hoping that the TBC beta will end in late April and will be quickly followed by a big realms launch.
The latest message on the rollout from Blizzard reads: “The Burning Crusade Classic beta test has begun! Over the course of the test, we’ll be inviting opt-in beta testers and more to check out the upcoming Classic expansion and give us feedback.
Players selected to participate in the beta test will receive an email invitation directing them to download the beta client directly from the Battle.net desktop app.
“As always, please be aware of phishing attempts—if you’re unsure whether your invitation is legitimate, please log in to your Battle.net account to verify that there is a Burning Crusade Classic beta license attached (under Your Game Accounts).”
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