Character Boosting in World of Warcraft is a paid service – which you can grab through WoW’s shop or an expansion – that lets you upgrade your character to a higher level. It features in Blizzard’s main version of WoW, but with Classic’s release date just around the corner, some players are probably wondering if it will also be coming to original-style Azeroth. According to the executive producer, character boosts won’t be heading to Classic. In an AMA with the game’s development team, held this week on the WoW Classic Subreddit, one user asked about character services in the game, saying they hope that they stay “limited to server xfers, because things like Character Boosts would break my heart.” User AltruisWoW from the dev team (titled executive producer) replied that “Character Boosts are not in-keeping with Classic. We don’t want to break any hearts.” It looks, then, like players will have to level up the old-fashioned way when WoW Classic arrives next week.
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