I bet it's more blizzard are probably too scared to show the real numbers incase people would follow aswell and go " well if x amount of people quit wow I should aswell" Sheep factor is strong
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I believe wow would earn more money by cutting the prizes, I know many of my friends really want to play but they just can't because of the amount of money consumed, and I live in Norway for Pete's sake! There not many here that suffer from economical problems so to speak. I think both a cost reduction and graphical improvement would result in an increasing amount of subscribers. Telling people that they want to do it in the future is, from my opinion, just a way to say that you're lazy. No disrespect but an improvement that is so longed for should be you're first priority when you see such a vast withdrawal of subscribers. To ask for more money from them (talking about MoP) when they obviously are asking YOU for something more just won't work. It's my personal prediction that the decline will double with the release of Mist of Pandaria. Even though I can (not talking about magicaly predicting the future) see where you want to go with MoP, it just doesn't seem like you want people to know that you're aiming to resurrect some of the forgotten islands and etc. from the South Seas. Sorry if I got that wrong, but atleast I understand that there's gonne be SOMETHING after 5.0 and maybe 5.1 that's not gonna be Pandarens in Pandaria.
No surprize. Few people like being double-dipped into their pockets.
They all will be back on wow,as i did..As most of us did.
Lol at the haters... All im going to say is •World of Warcraft has around 10.2 million subscribers•Over 1 million players have signed up for the annual pass involving Diablo III