Blizzard Points To Star Wars: The Old Republic As Why World Of Warcraft Has Slipped
Posted on Tuesday, March 20 @ 08:33:48 Eastern by Keri_HoneaLast month, Activision reported that World of Warcraft's subscribers dropped to 10.2 million. Blizzard has attributed the decline to BioWare's rival MMORPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
WoW senior producer John Lagrave told Eurogamer that this drop is not really a surprise, and he went on to say that they're confident that many gamers are waiting for the new expansion, Mists of Pandaria.
"We've seen a dip in subs," he said. "It certainly has to at least be attributable to The Old Republic, but it's also attributable to people who want to wait and get Mists of Pandaria, so it's not surprising."
The Mists of Pandaria expansion focuses on the new continent of Pandaria, the Pandaren, and the monk class. It will also increase the player level cap to 90. However, there is no release date for the expansion pack as of yet.
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