World of Warcraft lost 4,4 million customers in just 3 years (2011-2014). In start of Cataclysm (which is stated to be one of the best expansions due to high subs in launch) there were 12 million subs. That is ~58% more than we have now.
Let's all face the fact that this game will be over soon and I have pointed some reasons for this:
-Raids are too easy compared to vanilla/TBC
-5 man heroics are too easy compared to TBC
-PvP is unbalanced
-LFR & LFD tool
-Faction and race change
-Classes feel same
-No vanilla / TBC servers
-P2W (guilds migrating to reset lockout and getting more gear, serious issue for long time)
Also I remember when I playd in vanilla everything were just more interesting. Every zone and dungeons felt so cool and unique. Now when I enter to new zone or instance it's not that great and that may be due to poor lore and boring atmosphere.
Blizzard fanboys will ofcourse defend almighty Blizz and are blind to whats happening around them right now. Open your eyes and just face the fact that we are now in the end of Warcraft unless Blizzard will open vanilla / TBC servers. If Blizzard won't open these realms we shall abandon WoW and move to ArchAge that is true sandbox MMO.
Together we can bury WoW sooner by unsubbing if they won't do full 180° turn.