Right now, Blizzard is only exploring the idea. If they decide to offer some kind of package WoTLK Gold, it's possible that the contents will change between now and the date the film arrives.
P2Pah has contacted Blizzard in an attempt to get more details on the company's plans to create possibilities for crossover between World of Warcraft and WoW.
The next expansion for WoW, Legion, launches this summer, which is also the time that Duncan Jones's directed World of Warcraft comes to cinemas. Game designer Brian Holinka told P2Pah in November that the film's release may draw new players to WoW.
"It's more of a broadening of the view of the universe to all," he said about the film at the time. "For us, the main thing is just the game. If the movie is there or not, what's the point? The expansion and the quality of the gameplay experience and the content is what's going to help people stick to play the game. I believe it will get a lot of people excited; it'll probably turn some people on to"Legion" and that's a good thing."
Blizzard is likely to want to see a rise in the number of cheap WoTLK Classic Gold players on WoW's. In the Activision's most recent period of reporting, WoW lost another 100.000 subscribers, falling to a low in the range of 5.5 million. Activision will hold its latest earnings presentation next week, but the company has decided to stop releasing subscriber numbers.