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World of Warcraft continues to lose subscribers

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Nov 2013 22:52 User comments (2)

World of Warcraft continues to lose subscribers Activision Blizzard has announced this quarter that their hit franchise World of Warcraft once again lost subscribers, although the drop was significantly better than last time.
The game now has 7.6 million subscribers, down from 7.7 million last quarter. The quarter previously the game had 8.3 million subs.

WoW remains the top-subscription based game in the MMO world, says Activision, although its competition is not what it used to be. Most major games have moved to the free-to-play model.

The company added that "significant and exciting new content" was coming soon, but no other details were revealed. Blizzard recently trademarked "Warlords of Draenor," which many believe is some sort of DLC for the MMO.

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2 user comments

112.11.2013 23:09
sweetcassy22
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the discussing about it.. and the SEO is planning to release a Free-to-Play Warcraft on this coming 2014.. my brother is getting 300k daily wow gold.. and he is using this method.. mazter-g.com/wow-addon/ let me know if it helps..


life is always good.. :) so enjoy it!

227.11.2013 22:29

Originally posted by sweetcassy22:
the discussing about it.. and the SEO is planning to release a Free-to-Play Warcraft on this coming 2014.. my brother is getting 300k daily wow gold.. and he is using this method.. mazter-g.com/wow-addon/ let me know if it helps..
It's interesting that they would show here...

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