NetEase apologizes after World of Warcraft classic server launch in China faces login issues

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The outside of one of NetEase’s buildings on Oct 30, 2019 in Beijing. (Image credit: TechNode/Coco Gao)

On Thursday, World of Warcraft’s classic server Wrath of the Lich King returned to China, with the addition of new servers Jaina and Deathstalker alongside the return of some other previously available editions. Due to the high volume of players attempting to access the games at the same time, long queues formed, forcing some users to have to wait hours for access. On the Chinese social media platform Weibo, NetEase Games apologized for the login difficulties experienced just 40 minutes after the launch of the MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), stating that staff were urgently addressing the issue. Additionally, Blizzard announced today that the official servers for World of Warcraft in China will return on August 1. In April, Blizzard and NetEase renewed their game publishing agreement after a previous dispute over intellectual property control ended their 15-year relationship in January 2023. [Jiemian, in Chinese]


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