In WOW TBC Classic, to reach the highest level, players need a lot of time to prepare for all the content on offer. The first 48 levels of the game are important because they account for half of the experience players get on their journey through the classic content. Once players reach level 48 and start playing premium content, the effort required between each level up increases exponentially.

Although the experience gain required to travel through 50s is very high compared to the first half of the journey, if players start to realize how many quests, dungeons, and other opportunities to earn XP, it won't take too long to finally Buy WOW TBC Gold get through the classic content that can be found in Used when the game is over. In addition to the raw XP players earn on level 50 missions, the number of monsters required to complete missions in certain areas is astronomical.

Upgrading from level 50 to level 60 should take about a day or two of gameplay. If players play the game at a casual pace, this takes about two to three weeks of real-life time. Breaking in from 60 to 70 can take a lot of effort and takes twice as much experience as going from 1 to 60. Instead of breaking down the final step of the upgrade process into separate levels, try to approach Burning Crusade content by area.

There's a good chance the player will complete almost every quest in each area, but if the player exceeds a certain area, be sure to keep going. Overall, if TBC Classic Gold players spend all their time playing WOW TBC Classic, it will take about 8 days to go from level 1 to level 70. Taking into account AFK time and downtime, it may take 9 to 10 days to reach the highest level. By the way, MMOWTS is selling cheap TBC Classic Gold, welcome to visit!