Try one of the solution below and see if it can solve your problem or not:
- Update your graphics drivers: Ensure that your graphics card drivers are up to date. Outdated drivers can sometimes cause compatibility issues with games. Visit the website of your graphics card manufacturer and download the latest drivers for your specific model.
- Run a file repair: The game's installation files may have become corrupted. Open the Battle.net launcher, go to the World of Warcraft game tab, click on the options dropdown menu (gear icon), and select "Scan and Repair". This will check for any damaged or missing files and attempt to repair them.
- Disable conflicting background processes: Some background programs or services may conflict with the game. Open the Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc), go to the "Processes" tab, and close any unnecessary or resource-intensive programs. Be cautious not to close any essential system processes.
- Adjust in-game settings: Lowering some graphical settings within the game may help resolve performance issues. Launch World of Warcraft, go to the settings menu, and try reducing certain options like graphics quality, shadows, anti-aliasing, or view distance.
- Disable addons: If you have any addons installed, try disabling them temporarily. Sometimes, outdated or incompatible addons can cause crashes or issues with the game's launch.
If none of these steps resolve the issue, you might consider reaching out to the World of Warcraft technical support team or posting your problem on their official forums for further assistance.