Blizzard announced late last week that when World of Warcraft Classic launches on August 27th, players in Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia will be able to enjoy the game on servers located in Australia.
What the servers are going to be called, is still to be announced, but Blizzard have said they know what they will be, and we will find out before name registration begins on August 13th.
Additionally, the final stress test for WoW Classic is happening at the end of the month, part of that test, will be to fix the over 17,000 bugs that players reported in the last closed beta. Speaking, that is going to close down on July 13, so players only have a limited time left.
Do all these changes make you want to jump in, I know it is making tempting for me.