A of Shadowlands runs fine with no eloquent State Drive.

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After publishing our first story, Blizzard has upgraded the minimal system requirements for the upcoming Shadowlands expansion. According to the new updated specs, players may still use a normal HDD even though the experience may be changed due to the performance of the drive.WoW Shadowlands Requires an SSD to Perform, Blizzard claims; Shadowlands Pre-Patch 9.0.1 Expected To Publish Between September 22 and 29

The system requirements for the upcoming World of Warcraft Shadowlands growth have been upgraded, and based on Blizzard, an SSD drive is required to perform the expansion. Past expansions, including World of Warcraft most recent Battle for Azeroth expansion, didn't cite an SSD as a platform requirement. For reference, Battle for Azeroth requires an HDD (7200RPM) with 70GB of free space.

Like all system requirements, Blizzard does notice that system demands might change over time due to potential changes being forced to World of Warcraft.

Lately, while Blizzard specifically says an SSD is needed to be able to play Shadowlands, World of Warcraft players are reporting that the bet

A of Shadowlands runs fine with no eloquent State Drive. In the looks of it, Blizzard is only mentioning the usage of an SSD for faster loading times. As such, players using old setups without an SSD drive will, of course, still be able to play the forthcoming Shadowlands expansion.

In other Shadowlands-related news now that Blizzard has revealed the release date of the growth this Octoberwe might also know when the Shadowlands pre-patch will fall. According to Icy Veins, according to published info from cheap wow gold classic Blizzard and previous pre-patches, the Shadowlands pre-patch 9.0.1 is expected to release on September 22 or September 29 with the primary one being the most probable.