Blizzard developers are bringing the “Rushing Voyages” XP buff back to the WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic servers for several weeks! This way you can level up your twinks to level 80 before phase 2! In addition, we could have received another indication of the release date of Ulduar and Co. through the announcement.
Christmas is just around the corner and for many players that also means that there will soon be a few free and hopefully relaxing days. Surely one or the other Azeroth hero wants to use those days off to prepare one or the other twink for the upcoming second phase of WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic. If you are one of those players, now we have good news for you!
Rushing Travels is back!
On the official website of World of Warcraft Blizzard officials announced that the XP buff Rushing Journeys will soon be making a comeback:
“The roads of Northrend are frigid and fraught with danger. To help you continue your adventures in Wrath of the Lich King Classic, players will receive the Rushing Voyages buff*, which increases experience gained by all players up to level 80 by 50%! This is the perfect opportunity to max out a character, create a new one, or invite friends to your adventures.
Players can enable or disable the experience bonus at any innkeeper in the capital cities and in Dalaran. The Rushing Voyages experience bonus is active from December 13th to January 16th, 2023.”
Will phase 2 start on January 17, 2022?
The final Sweeping Voyages phase ran on the Classic servers until things really got serious with Wrath of the Lich King Classic. So it could well be that the Blizzard developers will keep the XP buff active again this time until the next milestone is due on the servers.
And what does this milestone look like? Sure, this can only be phase 2, with the first daily hub for the Argent Tournament in Icecrown, the new Titan Rune dungeons, and the Ulduar raid instance. So let’s keep January 17th or 18th, 2022 as the start date of phase 2 in mind until the developers officially announce the date.