by Aurust :
Although i havent played it, there is I believe enough info to form a valid opinion.
To give my opinion on the new WOW xpac..... Ive played enough wow to know MOP is a complete disaster..... I visualized playing it in my head and it was bad.
"LOL! WoW's not dying. It lost that many subs and is still the largest mmo."
Regardless of the results tomorrow, WoW isn't going anywhere for a long time.
Also is pretty fucking riduculous how much people here care about sub numbers, its actually pretty stupid. This goes for both people who like the game, and jaded haters. Its like people here lose sleep over it, rofl.
Last edited by Shampro; 2013-02-06 at 04:35 PM.
My guess, about 8 million.
Annual Pass is up, players as a whole don't seem to like the idea of "forced" content, and the game really doesn't have the power to attract new players because the focus is on the end game only, therefore making WoW a $100+ investment right from the get go.
While there is still a fair amount of QQ regarding dailies etc. I think this expansion was by far a huge success. I'm having a ton of fun and I think a lot of people are as well. This is far and wide 10x better than the trainwreck we had in cataclysm. My projection is 10.2-10.4 million players.
Not only is this thread, like most of these, ranging wildly in topic, but we have an open thread already discussing predictions for the call about the Q4 results here:
What's annoying to me personally is that people can't have a simple disagreement about something without making it personal and resorting to insults.
Let's not pretend that in this case both sides do it. And let's avoid it in the more-or-less official thread on this.
Last edited by MoanaLisa; 2013-02-06 at 05:05 PM.
A bit of civility and respect for others opinions goes a long way toward getting any respect in return. Overly hostile, profane and insulting posts are a sign that people don't really have anything to say. Profanity is best served out in very small doses.
"Forum drama exists because people enjoy creating it." - ML/2013