They are adding more stuff to the Blizz store?? Transmog gear?? Come on now....
Are they actually trying to kill the game off?
I'm calling F2P by chrismas.
Why make a new thread? Post it in the news section.
I'm calling shit thread, lock and ban.
Infracted. Contribute if you're to post
Last edited by Darsithis; 2013-07-13 at 01:48 AM.
Remember, WoW has already made the money back from development, they only need cash for customer support, servers and future development, while most new MMO's also have the production cost to cover.
I wouldn't be shocked if WoW could still make a profit with just 1 million subs.
OOOOOHHHHHHH I see what you did, you added dollar signs to the name of a company, how clever! You sure are a clever one!
Btw, the company is called BliZZard, not BliSSard, so it doesn't really work but I'm sure a clever boy like you knew that already.
Before making a retarded unnecessary post, the Cash shop is for Asia, not for EU/US.
Keep it civil and constructive
Last edited by Darsithis; 2013-07-13 at 01:49 AM.
I don't have a problem with this so long as it's just transmog gear. The day the game slips into 'pay to win' territory however, is when I'll unsub.
It's been known since they were released that these items would be in the blizzard store, there's also a tab for these types of items that has existed since 5.2 when they were added in the game files. None of this should be a surprise to anyone, microtransactions in the form of an in-game store are coming soon with asia being the usual testing grounds for this, but it'll most likely go through.
And I think the OP was complaining about the following items being added to the store instead of being obtainable ingame:
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Inb4 the only good looking gear is from the shop with everything else being terrible.
So, they're selling ugly ass helms to go with the ugly ass mounts. Not seeing the issue.
WoW 2013, what did you expect, honestly? the tier sets are ridcilously ugly and the cool looking stuff is sold in the shop hahahaha $.$
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