World of Warcraft: Classic artwork showing off Ragnaros

If you're in the mood for a bit of a nostalgia trip, you might be interested to hear that Blizzard has announced yet another stress test for World of Warcraft: Classic. The stress test will run from June 19-21 and will be available to anyone in the Americas & Oceania region with a currently active subscription. No other requirements or experience will be necessary to hop in.

In terms of stuff to do, the stress test will give you access to all of the content up to level 15. This will include all classes, the initial talents, the Warsong Gulch battleground, as well as dungeons like Ragefire Chasm or Deadmines. A pretty nice selection of content for a three-day test, I just wish they would open it up to other continents as well!

If at all possible, it is highly encouraged that you play during the first three hours of the stress test. Blizzard's engineers will be keeping a close eye on the servers during this time, so the more players that are running around, the greater the chance they'll be able to catch any nasty problems ahead of the full release.

That's pretty much everything you need to know, so if you're planning to give the stress test a try, make sure to download the client and prepare for June 19th. Have fun!