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WoW Classic’s realm population numbers are relative, which explains why even Medium realms have terrible queues

So, queues, huh? Who knew that WoW Classic would be so popular?

Blizzard has continuously been adding servers to keep up with the initial demand, but players are finding queues no matter where they go. Some have been perplexed that even the fresh servers are getting queues. One forum poster questioned why a realm listed as Medium would still have login queues and Ion “Watcher” Hazzikostas popped in to explain that the numbers are really just relative — which explains why sever populations keep swinging wildly from High to Low and back again.

It turns out that Blizzard’s population ranges for servers — Full, High, Medium, and Low — aren’t based on specific population benchmarks. We got a hint of that when, in warning people about the high number of characters created on certain servers, they explained that a Low-populated realm today has far more players on it than a High-populated realm back in actual Classic. Ion explained that the population displays are created “dynamically,” meaning that it’s all relative to the most populated server. When you have a server like Herod, maxxed out at character capacity, being listed as High population is still going to have a ton of people.

Since population displays have never really had an issue in the past, the amount of interest in WoW Classic is “skewing the algorithm.” They’ll be working on a way to change the display so that it makes more sense, such as only showing a server as Full when “Full” means “there’s a queue” and not just “there are 17-hour-long queues.”

But that can wait, since right now, Blizzard’s top focus is server stability and monitoring the need for more servers. You may be wondering why they’re trickling new servers in instead of adding a ton at once, but Blizzard is concerned about long-term population stability. Ion explains that currently they’re waiting for new servers to completely fill up before they add more. This makes sure that the populations stay healthy in the long run. They don’t want to add a ton of new servers just to have dead servers down the line. One of the major points about WoW Classic is that it emulates original WoW’s server community. Having to merge low-populated servers or offering server transfers would degrade that experience.

It’s actually oddly more reminiscent of Warlords of Draenor launch than the Classic experience, due to the unexpected influx of players. However, you still have the random disconnects and login crashes to tickle your nostalgia. If you’re still waiting in queue, check out our vanilla Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdom galleries, or try one of Mitch’s suggestions for various things you can do instead.

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Filed Under: Classic Realm, Classic Realms, Classic Servers, Classic-wow-server, Herod Realm, High-pop Realms, Server Stability, Wow Classic Population, Wow Classic Realm, WoW Classic Realms, Wow Classic Servers, WoW Community

Sours: https://blizzardwatch.com/2019/08/27/wow-classic-realm-population/

Realm Populations 365 Days Later! (Dec 31 of 2019 vs Dec 31 2020)

  • Whitemane-US West-PvP 6763 (-2044, down from 8807 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 3432 / 51%
    Horde: 3331 / 49%
    (factions are much more balanced now than 1 year ago)

  • Sulfuras-US East-PvP 5806 (+250, up from 5556 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2575 / 44%
    Horde: 3231 / 56%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Pagle-US East-PvE 5700 (+561, up from 5139 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 5323 / 93%
    Horde: 377 / 7%
    (factions are more imbalanced now than 1 year ago)

  • Herod-US East-PvP 5694 (-3697, down from 9391 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2042 / 36%
    Horde: 3652 / 64%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Faerlina-US West-PvP 5569 (-2154, down from 7723 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 3128 / 56%
    Horde: 2441 / 44%
    (alliance is now a dominant faction - went from 37% to 56%)

  • Fairbanks-US West-PvP 5428 (-2494, down from 7922 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2057 / 38%
    Horde: 3371 / 62%
    (factions are slightly more balanced now than 1 year ago)

  • Mankrik-US East-PvE 5287 (+2206, up from 3081 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1393 / 26%
    Horde: 3894 / 74%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Benediction-US East-PvP 4936 (+1403, up from 3533 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2772 / 56%
    Horde: 2164 / 44%
    (alliance is now a dominant faction - went from 46% to 56%)

  • Atiesh-US West-PvE 4900 (+1854, up from 3046 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 3744 / 76%
    Horde: 1156 / 24%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Grobbulus-US West-PvP RP 4893 (-672, down from 5565 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2867 / 59%
    Horde: 2026 / 41%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Arugal-US Oceanic-PvP 4846 (-2170, down from 7016 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2198 / 45%
    Horde: 2648 / 55%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Bigglesworth-US West-PvP 4307 (-379, down from 4686 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1907 / 44%
    Horde: 2400 / 56%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Netherwind-US East-PvP 4023 (+1938, up from 2085 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2546 / 63%
    Horde: 1477 / 37%
    (faction balance hasn’t changed)

  • Yojamba-US Oceanic-PvP 3952 (+68, up from 3884 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1626 / 41%
    Horde: 2326 / 59%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Earthfury-US East-PvP 3817 (+761, up from 3056 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1722 / 45%
    Horde: 2095 / 55%
    (horde is now a dominant faction - went from 44% to 55%)

  • Kromcrush-US East-PvP 3771 (-1931, down from 5702 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1322 / 35%
    Horde: 2449 / 65%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Westfall-US East-PvE 3644 (+696, up from 2948 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 3148 / 86%
    Horde: 496 / 14%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Thunderfury-US West-PvP 3443 (+647, up from 2796 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1891 / 55%
    Horde: 1552 / 45%
    (alliance is now a dominant faction - went from 37% to 55%)

  • Blaumeux-US West-PvP 3111 (-2009, down from 5120 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1063 / 34%
    Horde: 2048 / 66%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Rattlegore-US West-PvP 2857 (-580, down from 3437 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1193 / 42%
    Horde: 1664 / 58%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Kirtonos-US East-PvP 2629 (-2068, down from 4697 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 986 / 38%
    Horde: 1643 / 62%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Skeram-US East-PvP 2619 (-3789, down from 6408 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 68 / 3%
    Horde: 2551 / 97%
    (there’s little to no alliance on the server anymore)

  • Heartseeker-US East-PvP 2504 (-2974, down from 5478 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 2420 / 97%
    Horde: 84 / 3%
    (there’s little to no horde on the server anymore)

  • Myzrael-US West-PvE 2343 (+135, up from 2208 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1668 / 71%
    Horde: 675 / 29%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Smolderweb-US West-PvP 2127 (-495, down from 2622 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 912 / 43%
    Horde: 1215 / 57%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Kurinnaxx-US West-PvP 2108 (-1094, down from 3202 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 849 / 40%
    Horde: 1259 / 60%
    (factions balance hasn’t changed)

  • Ashkandi-US East-PvE 2047 (+533, up from 1514 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1212 / 59%
    Horde: 835 / 41%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Old Blanchy-US West-PvE 1915 (+374, up from 1541 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1223 / 64%
    Horde: 692 / 36%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Windseeker-US East-PvE 1788 (+929, up from 859 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1106 / 62%
    Horde: 682 / 38%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Incendius-US East-PvP 1772 (-5725, down from 7497 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1719 / 97%
    Horde: 53 / 3%
    (there’s little to no horde on the server anymore)

  • Bloodsail Buccaneers-US East-PvE RP 1605 (+480, up from 1125 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1281 / 80%
    Horde: 324 / 20%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Stalagg-US East-PvP 1578 (-5174, down from 6752 in December 2019)
    Alliance: / 0%
    Horde: 1578 / 100%
    (there’s little to no alliance on the server anymore)

  • Remulos-US Oceanic-PvE 1561 (-236, down from 1797 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1215 / 78%
    Horde: 346 / 22%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Azuresong-US West-PvE 1523 (+835, up from 688 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 1128 / 74%
    Horde: 395 / 26%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Deviate Delight-US East-PvP RP 1257 (-340, down from 1597 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 804 / 64%
    Horde: 453 / 36%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Loatheb-US Latin-PvP 575 (+19, up from 556 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 280 / 49%
    Horde: 295 / 51%
    (factions are more balanced now)

  • Anathema-US West-PvP 468 (-233, down from 701 in December 2019)
    Alliance: 189 / 40%
    Horde: 279 / 60%
    (factions are more imbalanced now)

  • Sours: https://us.forums.blizzard.com/en/wow/t/realm-populations-365-days-later-dec-31-of-2019-vs-dec-31-2020/809318
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    WoW Classic Server Populations 2020

    World of Warcraft released back in August 27th, 2019, so as of writing this the game has been out for a little over four months. With major content releases Blackwing Lair and Darkmoon Faire just around the corner, it’s a good time to take a look at overall server population to see how the game is doing.

    We took a look at some data for the first two weeks of January and found around 357,000 players still playing WoW Classic on EU and US servers. The breakdown is about 180,000 players on EU servers, and 173,000 players on US servers. These numbers aren’t what they used to be back in August and September of 2019, but they’re still strong nonetheless.

    There are 5 servers with under 1,000 active players which raises the question as to whether or not Blizzard will do anything to save them. Some players are asking for server merges and free transfers, but is this really the answer?

    Let’s have a look at the numbers:

    Classic WoW US Server Populations 2020

    ServerAllianceHordeTotal Players
    Herod38.561.59730
    Whitemane42.957.110551
    Faerlina40.259.87850
    Fairbanks31.668.48280
    Incendius46.853.28147
    Arugal40.359.78299
    Stalagg14.485.66077
    Skeram28.671.47734
    Grobbulus50.449.66293
    Heartseeker79.520.55583
    Blaumeux35.664.46078
    Sulfuras43.556.56662
    Bigglesworth37.262.85534
    Pagle80205976
    Kromcrush38.461.66107
    Kirtonos41.358.75283
    Yojamba35.364.74913
    Benediction53474873
    Rattlegore45.554.54894
    Kurinnaxx38.761.34063
    Mankrik25.274.84232
    Atiesh66.833.23868
    Thunderfury33.366.73914
    Earthfury60.539.53581
    Westfall72.827.23371
    Thalnos29.570.52865
    Smolderweb37.962.13168
    Myzrael62.537.53036
    Netherwind45.754.32057
    Remulos70.829.22104
    OldBlanchy57.742.32100
    DeviateDelight59.840.21423
    Ashkandi60.739.31717
    BloodsailBuccaneers72.627.41454
    ArcaniteReaper61391359
    Windseeker54461232
    Anathema46.553.5912
    Felstriker43.556.5931
    Azuresong6832906
    Loatheb38.761.3764

    Classic WoW EU Server Populations 2020

    ServerAllianceHordeTotal Players
    Firemaw47.252.810359
    Gehennas39.560.59015
    Lucifron12.487.66426
    Mograine44.455.68305
    Shazzrah34.665.48244
    Sulfuron45.454.68111
    Venoxis40.459.67633
    Golemagg40.859.27244
    Razorgore45.854.26714
    Earthshaker51.748.37927
    Noggenfogger37.862.26106
    Gandling35.164.96215
    Ashbringer50505351
    Patchwerk37.362.75619
    Everlook67335363
    ZandalarTribe55.544.54946
    PyrewoodVillage72.227.85088
    Amnennar42.157.94819
    Dragon’sCall38.761.34277
    Flamelash1.998.12216
    MirageRaceway64364744
    Auberdine62.937.14413
    Heartstriker81.618.44785
    Stonespine34.665.44185
    Dreadmist44563977
    Razorfen55.944.13726
    Skullflame36.563.53365
    Finkle41.758.33212
    Transcendence40.559.53463
    NethergardeKeep68.831.22565
    Bloodfang52.647.43037
    Mandokir35.164.92479
    TenStorms35652303
    Lakeshire56.743.32055
    Judgement66.833.21199
    HydraxianWaterlords72.427.6970

    As you can see, the biggest servers in the world are Firemaw and Whitemane, each with just over 10,000 active players. While many anticipated US streamer server Faerlina to remain the most popular, it looks like many players jumped ship to other servers due to long queue times.

    It will be interesting to see how the upcoming patches affect player numbers and server populations. We will revisit this data after the release of Blackwing Lair next month and see how things have changed.

    Sours: https://gamerjournalist.com/wow-classic-server-populations-2020/
    Which WoW Server is the Best?

    World of Warcraft

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    World of Warcraft is Blizzard's premier massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Since its release in 2004, World of Warcraft has been the largest and most popular MMORPG in the world. Set in the high fantasy world of Azeroth established in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, World of Warcraft has had eight expansions, including he Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria, Warlords of Draenor, Legion, Battle for Azeroth, and Shadowlands. Players in World of Warcraft get to choose one of the many fantasy races and classes between the Alliance and Horde factions to explore, battle, and join together in epic adventures. World of Warcraft is available on Microsoft Windows and macOS.

    How Many People Play World of Warcraft?

    We estimate that 1,109,351 people play per day, with a total player base of 116,773,813.


    Game Data

    • Subscribers: 116,773,813
    • Daily Players: 1,109,351
    • Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
    • Platforms: PC, macOS
    • Released: 2004-11-23

    The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.

    World of Warcraft Description

    Prepare for adventure and build your own legend! Enter the World of Warcraft and join the endless conflict between the noble Alliance and the courageous Horde, as these factions battle each other, as well as the dark evil that seeks to engulf the world of Azeroth. Experience what millions of players have since 2004 in adventuring in the World of Warcraft.

    Players begin by choosing a realm (i.e. server), and then their faction. Both factions have their fair share of heroes and villains, whether it is the Alliance or the Horde. The only consideration is that a faction cannot openly communicate with players that do not belong to the same faction.

    Once you have chosen a faction, the next step is selecting your avatar's race. There are currently 12 races, 6 for each faction. The Pandaren race (added in Mists of Pandaria) remains neutral until after getting past the beginner zone, where the player must select one of the two factions. There are also 10 allied races that can be selected, such as the Nightborne and Mechagnomes (added with the Battle for Azeroth expansion).

    After selecting a race, choose from one of the 13 character classes, each with a unique play style and skill set that will fit different tastes. Whether you prefer to be a tank like the Paladins and Death Knights, the melee mastery of Demon Hunters, Monks, and Warriors, the specializations of Hunters and Rogues, or the spellcasting of Priests, Mages, Shamans, and Warlocks, there is a class that is a perfect fit for you, brave adventurer!

    Journey through the World of Warcraft universe from the frigid environments of Northrend to the mythical land of Pandaria. Explore the Broken Isles. Travel to the nearby realms of Outland and dive into the depths of the Shadowlands. Whether solo or bringing a party of friends, World of Warcraft has epic quests and endless adventure awaiting for you.

    Sours: https://mmo-population.com/r/wow

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