In Burning Crusade Classic, the developer revealed today that a better match will be achieved. In the updated arena, Blizzard Entertainment updated the TBC Classic Gold Match Rating (MMR) system. Burning Crusade Classic is more in line with expansion a year after its initial release.
In the past, in order to maintain the authenticity of the original game, Blizzard avoided making such changes to Classic. For Burning Crusade Classic, the developers took a new approach.
In 2007, the Arena team started with a zero rating from 1,500 points in the original Burning Crusade Classic expansion pack. In the system, diminishing returns will also cause the effect of crowd control spells in PvP. There will also be a 15 to 20 second cooldown window. All PvP equipment will be purchased and equipped in accordance with consistent personal rating requirements.
In each season and content phase, the "main goal" of Burning Crusade Classic PvP will provide players with consistency. In order to promote a healthier PvP environment, these proposed changes "emphasize reputation" as players feel when buying new shoulders or weapons.
The first season of the arena will have a new and unique title Hell Gladiator to match these changes. These games were not introduced until the second season of the original game.
In Burning Crusade Classic, players’ individual arena scores need to be within 100 points of their Classic TBC Gold team’s score to qualify for seasonal rewards. In the Nagrand Arena in the first season, tornadoes will also be randomly generated.Blizzard hopes to reproduce the "experience of these unique map mechanisms" initially introduced.
Later today, the full list of arena changes may be available in the Burning Crusade Classic beta. Currently, MMOWTS is selling the cheapest WOW TBC Classic Gold on the market, and I recommend that all players can buy it there.