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Last edited by Stannis; 2013-05-09 at 01:08 PM.
There is an asian MMO with 20 million players over in China since this year. It's why the only claim Blizzard can make is being the "#1 subscription based MMO". But not the #1 MMO anymore.
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It's summer. Subs go down in summer as many go outside.
There are tons of games out now, not just MMOs that pull subs away from WoW. This includes Diablo III, a Blizz product.
Blizzard tried to cater the casual since wotlk PROBLEM is a casual jumps from game to game and prefers f2p. IT simply backfired.
If you go with this argument again, when it will be summer you expect them to what, lose 3 million more? This dumb argument "it's summer" is not good. There were summers during BC, there were summers during Wrath yet the number kept somewhat constant, even growing.
Plus, I hear every quarter some dumb argument like "it's summer" "it's autumn, school starts" "it's winter, people are at their family on holidays" "it's spring, people go to smell the flowers". Yea, you know what, they went to school, smelled flowers, went outside and on family trips during other expansions too so give me a break.
Last edited by Snowraven; 2013-05-09 at 07:10 PM.
A lot of WoW's big problems are foundational. Things so fundamental to the game you don't even think about them. How you level, how quests work, how combat works, etc.
And because they are foundational, you are better off making a new game with a new foundation than trying to fix the old one. You can polish and maintain the old game, but it will decline over time. Blizzard is pretty responsive for a company try to satisfy 8 million players, I think WoW will last for many more years. Unless Titan just blows it out of the water and steals all those subscriptions. Heh.