You're a new World of Warcraft player from MMOexpshop's blog

"As expected and consistent with our experience following earlier expansions, we saw a decline from the World of Warcraft subscriber number," Activision Blizzard explained with classic wow gold. "Subscribers finished the quarter in 7.1 million. World of Warcraft's revenue performance at constant FX has been more secure, driven by continued strong uptake on value added services, and cost increases in select areas, which partly offset subscriber declines, especially in the East. World of Warcraft stays the No. 1 subscription-based MMORPG in the world" Whether or not the amounts see a spike this holiday season remains to be seen. At minimum, it is a safe assumption that there will be a temporary uptake when another installation for your MMO releases.

If you want to begin on World of Warcraft today, in 2014, it can get a little overwhelming and daunting, not to mention that the prices can cascade and escalate. Consider that - to play World of Warcraft today, you have to be (or ideally ought to be) on the latest expansion. But every new growth requires the preceding one to run. , and that they all cost extra money, in addition to the cash you pay to buy the game, in addition to the subscription fee... see what I am saying?

Well, Blizzard obviously wants you to play the game, and they are going to help out. If you're a new World of Warcraft player, you can get the vanilla match and all its expansions around Mists of Pandaria for only $20. That is a fantastic bargain, and you're able to avail it on Battle.net.But what if you already are a participant? Well then, you get updated to Mists of Pandaria for free. No money.

This is in addition to the free Iron Tide content update they just released in the lead up to the launch of Warlords of Draenor, a new expansion for the sport which launches in November with cheap wow classic gold. This is a turnaround for Blizzard in their earlier approach, where they mostly refused to budge to the required payments. However, with the failure of Titan to even materialize, and the MMO market moving into a largely F2P environment, it makes sense why Blizzard would like to do everything it is to keep World of Warcraft relevant for as long as you can.

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