Blizzard wanted the original limit to prevent accounts from exploiting the dungeons and loot systems, so they set a limit of 30 daily dungeons, or 30 instanced zones, per day unless you played with other parties.
However, it recognized the situation has changed a fair bit for Burning Crusade.
“Now, with The Burning Crusade Classic pre-patch upon us, we understand that players are about to play WoW in a different way as they level up their Blood Elves and Draenei and then go through the Dark Portal and level some more,” the announcement reads.
Blizzard Removes WoW Classic Daily Dungeon Limits — But Not For Good
It continues: “Over the next few weeks, the impact of the daily limit is more difficult to know, so we’re going to remove the daily limit on all Burning Crusade realms, effective with the launch of pre-patch.”
The WoW Classic Burning Crusade pre-patch goes live May 18, with the full release scheduled for June 1.
Blizzard didn’t say how long this change will last, however.
While it’s likely the old WoW Classic daily dungeon limit won’t return, you may as well get the most out of the uncapped dungeon limit while it lasts.