Guys from bluzzard deserve it, absolutly ther own fault. NO content, no soul in it, NO NOTHING!
What to expect if they now only seek to make as much money as possible. I miss the days when they put soul in the game and not interest. I for one enjoy pvp and pve as well but i don't have time to accomodate cuz they all ready release something else. An advice that of course no one will look, but if it was after me i will let a version to be playable for 4-5 years not 1 lets say maxim 2. I think now i play CoD not WoW:)))
I've gotten hyped for every expansion since BC. For the first time in 10 years of playing this game I don't really care about the next expansion. It's the end of an era for me.
Expected. Awful expac at end game, nothing to do whatsoever, lack of raids, dungeons, and meaningful content. Look at MoP on the other hand, tons of scenarios and dungeons, raids, dailies, and reasons to leave your city - if they kept that model, or actually listened to the concerns of players, this wouldn't have happened.We haven't had these numbers since 2005, that says a lot about Warcraft.
AGAIN LIES :D"Fury of Hellfire, one of the largest non-expansion content updates to date for World of Warcraft"Will you ever learn seriously..? "Fury of Hellfire, one of the largest things we promessed to deliver on launch and managed to remove to call it a huge patch later on, while we continue working on other games and completely neglect wow""
It would be interesting to know of the 5.6 million subs, how many people are using tokens
No matter which way you slice it, losing almost 50% of your subscriber base is not good.
listen to your players blizzard ,wouldn't be like this ,but in a way maybe blizzard likes it like this for their own selfish reasons.
This isn't the natural lull at the end of an expansion. For one thing, the only content release for this expansion happened in this quarter. This combined with the token should have seen numbers rise. If new content -- small and meager though it was -- isn't stemming the tide of folks leaving, the mere announcement of future content won't do so.I've played since launch. I've loved this game. It isn't dead, but it is dying. In the next quarter, I would imagine that it will no longer have the most subscribers among MMOs. That is a self-inflicted wound. Other games are not winning, although there are some quality games out there. Blizzard is killing WoW with its own missteps.Sad. Sad but true.
I'll just have to say, if the expansion reveals to be "Eye of Azhara" or "The dark prophet" or any south seas related, I want murlocs to be an actual threat, just as they're really are and just some comicrelief mobs "Like MoPs Vermin or Wods Podlings"
Personally none of blizzards other titles even interest me, if I wanted to play a Heroes like game I would play LoL , same is true for hearthstone ... mtg. Etc ... these other titles use images from a beloved title to make money too. There xpacs and such are generally WoW or Diablo based, yet WoW specifically is being let to die on the vine. I don't put money into Blizzard for any other product than WoW, and i really don't plan to at the rate there going.In the end after nearly 10 years of playing, when the tokens dry up, I as well as others will have to move on to other games that have companies that want to grow.
I came back to play with a friend. WoW has nothing interesting to make me come back on my own and this expansion has just be bland and rehashed. The overall story had a lot of potential and in the end it was clunky and thrown out just to make a pretty end game cinematic. At this rate, I fully expect this game to keep bleeding players due to devs dumbing everything down to make it easier and quicker for absent minded people to pick up and spend a few hundred dollars on only to leave once they're bored. Good job, you ruined what could be a great franchise that could last another 10 years.
>Subscribers drop to 5.6M.>Next expansion revealed at Gamescom.Coincidence? I think NOT!