I used to care that my main has so many 310% mounts, and other rare ground mounts.. But without account wide achievements its worth nothing. :/
Panda-mon seems to be the latest grab for money, Make sure if you still play your voice is heard if it matters to you, Mine wasn't.
That kind of infrastructure is incredibly expensive. A sub fee is the easiest way to maintain that.
30 bucks a month is still cheap considering how much some people pay for a weekend of entertainment. I've techinally already spent 180 bucks for the next year on WoW + ToR's sub, but i make that all back in less than a month so, not really worried. Not like I personally use money for anything else.
Im just going to sub SWTOR until the next wow expac comes out then i'll give it a try and be duel subbed for a little bit....but when GW2 comes out im leaving wow for good .
I won't be dual subbed for more than 2 months I'd say, I have no faith at all that Bioware can provide decent endgame, but I still want to see what they do with the story so I have to play for a while.
I may come back to try out the monk, but iplayed wow for 6 years and i need something freash, and yes i know swtor plays like wow i don't care.
also to Rampant, everyone and their mom know swtor will have a sub fee. with as mush money they have going into it they need to have a sub base system.
I'll probably wait until I can try a trial before I decide to pay for SWTOR, I already have WoW (annual pass) and EVE (2 accounts) on my plate.
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its more like 24 dollars if u pay yearly (at 11.99 each I believe), which is a much better way to go, not to mention the free shit blizz is giving now. (diablo 3, DIII beta inv, the tyrael mount)
Money is pretty tight and my interest in WoW has declined a lot over the last couple of years. So I will be investing a lot of my gaming time into ToR. To further sweeten the deal, two of my best friends from WoW are also moving to ToR with me as soon as it launches.
I'll be dual subbed. I can accomplish all I want to with WoW in 2 nights, the rest can go to SW:ToR.
I wont be re-subscribing to WoW, I think there will be enough in SW:TOR to keep me going, I dont intend to rush to max level if Bioware's magic is combining story with Gameplay. My plan for 2012 (gaming) is to play SW:TOR and CS:GO/ D3 and so on, plenty to keep me going when the weather is shit... which is quite often in the UK.
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I'm going to try WoW when the LFR comes out since my work times are sporadic. I'll try ToR as well since the vast majority of my friends are also going to be playing ToR. So I'll be dual subbed for a bit and probably go with one or the other in time.
Depends, if SW:ToR fleshes out to be a good game I may sub for it as well, however, the game begins with a score of negative for me as having to play a game concerning past events as a whole of it is not really my type of gameplay, don't get me wrong I like the CoT instances, however, having to live entirely in the past knowing your actions won't change the outcome as a gameplay kinda kills the "hero" part of the game I would like to commit to, as I may very well read up such events...
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Stopped playing WoW like... at the end of May or something I think. Won't be dual subbed.