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11-11-2008 @ 10:57AM
If you install WOTLK now, you will NOT be able to play WoW AT ALL until you download a patch that will only be released on 11/13.Which means you either stare at the log-in screen for two days OR you re-install the entire game EXCEPT for WOTLK.
11-11-2008 @ 10:59AM
Wrong, I installed WotLK, patched to 3.0.3 and all is good on regular wow. This of course, being the EU version.
11-11-2008 @ 11:01AM
Oh ok - wasn't sure. LAST time around, people who installed TBC early got screwed. (I know I did)
11-11-2008 @ 11:09AM
Proof? This wasn't true for wotlk and someone before you already has disputed your warning.
11-11-2008 @ 5:02PM
Netherscourge is right to an extent.Referred my brothers account. He got antsy and entered key code for TBC before installing it. Game "locked" him out... Not to mention the DvD ROM for TBC wouldnt read in his laptop. It would just start and stop spinning... End result= "You must install the Burning Crusade to play"He had to uninstall WoW, and borrow a friends BC "disks" to fix the problem.
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