The WoW developers have again released new hotfixes for Burning Crusade Classic. This time there are a number of adjustments to the auction house, but escort quests and the user interface are also getting an update.
It's hotfix time again for WoW Burning Crusade Classic: The developers have updated the Classic servers with a few more bug fixes, which, among other things, deal with problems in the auction house. The developers have also fixed a bug in escort quests that caused them not to recognize the increase in the quest limit to 25. Finally, there are a few minor changes to the interface.
Below you can read the official English patch notes. Hotfixes are updates that are made on the server side without the need to download new data. Some of the changes listed below will take effect as soon as Blizzard implements them, while others will only take effect after an announced realm restart. Please note that some problems cannot be fixed without a client-side patch. WoW Classic:
May 29, 2021 Hotfixes - Patch Notes
Burning Crusade Classic
Auctions are now sorted by buyout price instead of bid price by default.
The Gem and Quest categories are no longer missing.
The Consumable, Trade Goods, and Miscellaneous categories now expand.
The Reset Filter button has returned
Escort quests will now recognize that the quest limit has been increased to 25.
Zone names on PvP realms will once again appear in their appropriate text color when they are Alliance, Horde or Contested Territories.
Mac users can once again key bind the Command key.