That's what all these predatory micro-transaction systems in Diablo Immortal and OW2, and the new zero value 12 month WoW sub are for.To boost the numbers for the merger.
the call of duty part explain why sony is so desperate to sabotage the deal between microsoft and activision. while those %^&*!s from UK are obviously siding with sony without even understanding how things work.
Let's see if the unionization efforts are successful after Microsoft takes over.If there's any first step towards redemption for Blizzard, that's probably where it starts.
That quote from Kotick really sounds AI generated. The only non-fluff was "we expect the merger to go through."
"Our games are the result of passion and excellence."HAHAHAHAHAHA
Hope Kotick gets the boot with the rest of the Board next year.
One of Kotick's most infamous quotes:
I guess that Diablo Immortal and OW2 were driven by a passion for money since if it wasn't the boatload of microtransactions, they wouldn't be free to play. That and the last four Warcraft expansions were just taking game staples and finding new ways to make them tedious. Still, I'm glad that Blizzard is getting better at receiving feedback.On another note, I'm glad to hear that WOTLK Classic has bought back more people. I wonder what's next though since the whole point of Classic was to relive the old days, and I don't think it'd be smart to make a Classic version of Catalysm. Not only for the poor sales, those zones are mostly still intact.
For all your hatred, the company is thriving very well.So many people decried Diablo Immortal, but just look at how well it's done.And Candy Crush is still a thing?
i've always wonder if they count bots and banned account in those active users numbers and people with multiple licenses/accounts