The next patch on the World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade classic is online from the game's public testing area, allows players to test two new raids in the form of Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep, as well as features such as guild banking and group browser tools.
The beta version from the game patch 2.5.2 also seems strangely missing an emote, especially the /spit emote for other players. But, they can still Classic TBC Buy Gold on MMOSO. Since the introduction of Blizzard's MMO, players are already able to spit at other players or characters and type /spit. This will no longer apply to the newest PTR version, although players can easily still use emote on the ground.
Blizzard wouldn't comment on this variation, the emote can easily still be used in the current version from the Burning Crusade Classic and also the latest Shadowlands expansion, make players wonder why this change happened.
According to Wowhead, several people speculate until this may be linked to the use of emoting to harass players who bought the digital deluxe version of Burning Crusade. This is a set of micro-transactions that includes level upgrades and a new mount for the original version of Burning Crusade.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick recently issued a statement that was issued after a lawsuit filed in California that documents the studio's history of sexual harassment and discrimination, stating that content deemed “inappropriate” will be removed from the Activision Blizzard game, but did not expand what this might mean. Another statement from the World of Warcraft development team states that they will take action to "remove references that are not suitable for our world."
The statement appears to refer to the removal of NPCs and items named by former World of Warcraft game director Alex Afrasiabi, who was alleged to have a pattern of sexual harassment in the California lawsuit. Choosing to Classic TBC Gold Buy is a good way for players to level up. Activision Blizzard has confirmed that Afrasiabi was fired by the company for misconduct in the summer of 2020. The items and NPCs related to him have been removed from the latest version of Shadowlands, but they still exist in WoW Classic.