Friday, July 26, 2013

Special Edition: World of Warcraft Subscriber Numbers

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World Of Warcraft Subscribers 2005-2013 (And Beyond)

Power Word: Gold [rss twitter] • It seems something has to change if Blizzard want to regain (or even retain at this point) its subscribers. Perhaps Blizzard sees this type of decline coming and that's the reason they are working to move to, if not a full-on free-to-play model, at least a subscriber + additional pet/mount/helmet revenue model… Read Full Post

A Look at World of Warcraft Subscription Numbers

The Golden Crusade [rss twitter] • I strongly believe that the only thing that could “save” World of Warcraft is a switch to a Free-to-Play model. I’m not saying it will save WoW, only that it could. Honestly though, I really don’t think it’s any of the above “problems” are to blame, nor do I think WoW can be “saved” indefinitely. I just think World of Warcraft is a.) showing it’s age and b.) hit it’s market saturation… Read Full Post

Dead Numbers Tell No Tales

Khalior's Tentacular Junkpile [rss twitter] • What they need to do is combine aspects of the old and new and push forward some content that will interest people and make sure that no big walls will hinder people's progression through the game. I'm not saying that they will reach the magical number of 12 million subscribers again, but I'm saying that they will try to do everything that they can to resuscitate the populace's interest in the game… Read Full Post

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