World of Warcraft is not without its share, and as such, we’re going to talk about one of them.

It’s called error BLZBNTAGT00000BB8, and we suspect many have come across it once or more.

ecosystem — and, indeed, the ecosystem of any subscription-based massively multiplayer game.

The error tends to show up whenever the player is invited to update their game.

When the player selects the update option, error BLZBNTAGT00000BB8 pops up, ultimately preventing the update from moving forward.

’s fifth expansion pack, was met with buzz and approval of fans and critics alike when it released in November 2014.

I was one of those critics, laying effusive praise (and an extremely high score to match) at the expansion’s feet in my review.

Word of Warcraft should not be playable again on your Windows 10 computer without any apparent problems.

Wait, there is one more suggestion Another fix hat has been suggested on forums by Dinnr. Delete or Move .agent and launcher database files to your desktop Next, go to C:\Program Data and Delete and Blizzard Entertainment folder. Now browse to C:\Program Files (x86) and select the World of Warcraft folder. So go to wherever you moved the .agent and launcher files or the recycle bin and restore them or move them back into the World Of Warcraft folder.

The first solution is to temporarily disable all security programs on the Windows computer.

You see, it’s possible for your anti-virus program to mistakenly identify the login module as a security threat.

Gamers have another option of running the repair tool in an attempt to fix corrupted or otherwise damaged game files.