Despite initially saying automated quest tracking wouldn’t be present for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic, the feature is now slated to be added “at some point,” according to Blizzard.
When Blizzard announced Wrath of the Lich King Classic in April, it confirmed that certain features added towards the end of the popular expansion–like the quest tracker and automated dungeon finder–wouldn’t be part of the experience. The reason behind not including those two features was to preserve the original Wrath of the Lich King leveling experience, as well as the social aspect of the MMORPG that frequently requires players to talk to each other and manually group up for dungeons or quests as they explore Azeroth. Instead of simply being told on the map where to go and what to kill, as in modern WoW, Blizzard indicated it wanted to keep WoW Classic a different experience.
In a recent forum post, Blizzard now says its thinking on the subject has “changed quite a bit” since those initial interviews.