To be clear, this is not happening from the live version of the match but on its own people test servers. It's here that Blizzard evaluations upcoming changes to the game, such as the upcoming level cap squish (max level players will now only be level 50, with the new level cap being 60 if Shadowlands releases) along with wow classic gold
the overhauled new participant experience. Butsometime later this fall, this event will launch on live servers--and if it is anything like what is happening today, it'll be a bloodbath.
I'm not exactly sure if the event is working as planned. The auction house, vendors, and even the lender are unusable--that might be frustrating for players who, when the event is really reside, are only trying to go about their day to day business.
Over on the WoW subreddit, players have also found ways to bring the zombie infestation outside of capital cities, making entire areas of Azeroth uninhabitable. It is amusing to see how much the mirrors a true zombie plague, as slain players and NPCs equally change into ghouls so their numbers are constantly growing.
Fortunately, WoW sport developer Jeremy Feasel affirmed the zombie invasion portion of the event is only going to be busy for a couple of hours through the day rather than all the time. I am actually a bit disappointed with that, honestly, because I believe it'd be interesting to see yet another all-out, 24/7 invasion which players have to buy classic wow gold
try and contain--something akin to World of Warcraft's notorious Corrupted Blood incident.