Good. Hopefully, a new and better mmo emerges soon, this *&^% got old yo! And the way they treat and inform customers...yeah, no!
This is hardly surprising given that the game is almost 9 years old. The long term consequences of this will probably be delayed content, and they are already set up for realm depopulation with virtual realms. What is going to be funny is the number of people in the press calling Dooooooom! when every other MMO is struggling to reach 1 million customers.
In before "WoW going F2P this year!"
And yet, I've spent the most cash on account services and at Blizzard store in this time. Oof.
Things that would make the next expac sell / bring people back1. New Player Models.2. Shift to Free to Play, Make further use of the ingame store3. Make further use of dynamic events and things MoP brought to the game people liked4. Follow up of 1, make a new character creator. Allow everyone to change just once5. Make the game prettier, as much as possibleAnything else im missing? Didnt mention fix pvp or bring back the cookie cutter talent system because i like how it is myself
WoW has an incredible run and it's simply inevitable that it is slowly winding down. The loss of subscribers does not necessarily reflect a lack of quality in the game. On the contrary, I think Mists has been excellently done. I would guess the biggest problem facing WoW is simply that many players such as myself (I've played since Burning Crusade) are getting too weighed down with real life (home, wife, baby, etc.) to invest as much time into the game anymore.
The people who originally played WoW have...grown up.
I think lowering the time card prices would be a good start imo.Maybe toss in new race models cuz honestly i like orcs troll and humans but they are still ugly as hell,or maybe fix the way most sets look ugly on most races exept human ot belf/nelf cuz its hard to transmog armor on tauren or worgen ect.
WoW is still the 900 lb. gorilla of mmos. And "Titan" (or whatever they end up calling it) will take its place. I guess Vivendi just doesn't like having profitable properties (although I speculate that they bought it to sell, thinking to turn a tidy profit...silly French).And I agree that the microtrans model would make WoW about as relevant as all of the other microtrans mmos and kill it dead.
Everyone keeps saying Wow should be free to play but I think if that happens, it'll be like every other f2p games = you only progress/get better than others when spending money. And then people will complain because everything will have to be bought from the store.
out b4 it got !@#$ ;D
Hardly surprising. However, the sub count does not (and will not) affect my overall love of the game and the lore surrounding the whole Warcraft universe. I'll be here until WoW breathes it's last breath.
And still they won't unban me even though I'm willing to pay.