Now World of Warcraft players do not need to upgrade their hardware to SSD, because Blizzard has updated the Shadowlands expansion requirements for the PC system.
Many players have been playing this game since the first day after the release of World of Warcraft. So far, this game has been running smoothly for more than 15 years and has become the oldest MMORPG. From a technical point of view, the WOW Classic Gold For Sale publisher has never launched a real sequel to the game, which is very rare for an old MMORPG. But in these years, the game has released many expansions, enriching the content of the game in another way, and solving key problems. At the same time, certain frameworks of the game have also been updated, so that the game can run like a popular modern PC game, which means that World of Warcraft's requirements for system specifications are also increasing. In fact, World of Warcraft's specification requirements are very easy to meet most of the time, but this trend was broken after the system requirements of Shadowlands expansion were announced. Blizzard is currently solving this problem by reducing hardware requirements.
A few days ago, Blizzard's announcement of Shadowlands PC requirements caused controversy. Because the new system requirements specifically propose that the expansion requires players to prepare SSDs with more than 100GB of free space in the drive part, most players are still playing games with cheaper and more common HDDs. After the announcement of the requirement, players have discussed in the official community of World of Warcraft how to upgrade the PC's hardware system to meet the expanded specifications of Shadowlands.
Blizzard has now decided to withdraw this requirement so that players can continue to play the game without making any changes to the PC. The official Blizzard administrator responded to the post about the SSD and HDD debate in a blue post in the World of Warcraft community. The post pointed out that the developer has just updated the system specifications of Shadowlands, and now any SSD and HDD with more than 100GB of free space can run the expansion normally. Of course, players who use SSD can get a better gaming experience.
According to the information that Blizzard has announced, we expect to get the pre-patches for the Shadowlands expansion in late September, and the expansion will not be officially released until two months later. In other words, in the next time players need to lay the foundation for Shadowlands and get ready to experience a new storyline, so they need to complete the final Battle for Azeroth to-do list as soon as possible. The good news is that now you don't have to worry about buying SSDs. For those players who have already used SSDs, this is also a good thing, because World of Warcraft may provide players with a better gaming experience on SSDs. Considering that World of Warcraft will continue to release updates in the future, it is wise to prepare SSDs in advance. In order to help players save money to buy SSD, MMOWTS has made a lot of contributions. Recently, they started to provide players with the cheapest WOW Classic Gold on the market, and MMOWTS users who become registered members can also enjoy VIP exclusive discounts. This is very good news for players who lack WOW Classic Gold.