@#$%ing troll companies.
If you live in Europe yes it day-month-year.In north America it's month-day-year :)
With all that date-denotation blabbering, you're totality missing the point.
Less than 12.7%?Maybe the statement is literal, as in."Will be released BY 12-7"Also, since someone pointed out that it could be 12.6..12.68 is less than 12.7.But it'd still be 12-7.:3
Not just dd-mm-yyyy in europe, but most of the world. america needs to fix their stuff.Couldn't we just use 3 letter codes for dates? Dec 07 or 07 Dec is wonderfully unambiguous and the sillies could keep their stupid format.(yay for cata btw)
That is epic.It truly is.
At work, we use Year - Month - Day for organizational and filing reasons.Typically, in non-work life, I tend to use Month - Day - Year.
im predicting ALOT of poor final exam scores this year for college students! why release this a week before finals!
12th of July, I knew it.
America should get with the rest of the world I agree, day-month-year.
This was from April. My guess is the "less than 12.7%" actually meant a target of before December 7. I can't recall, but back in April the sentiment was likely, "we hope to release it this year." While the Arena evidence is rather compelling, until it's announced, I will continue to assume 11/23.
has anyone thought that rather than the date of release itself - blizz are giving a hint that they are trying to aim for a date before the 7.12? it does say Less Than 12.7% implying that they are trying to ship it before that date?or blizz don't mean anything by it and those numbers are random or to get people to believe the date before they 'WoW' us with an earlier release?just a thought. not gonna get my hopes up until I have a physical copy in my hands.*edit spelling
December 7, 1941, was my mother's 18th birthday. Some birthday present. :)