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6-13-2007 @ 4:37PM
There may not actually be more people leaving WoW than before. Even when the bars on the chart are going up, people are still leaving the game; they're just being replaced more quickly by new players. It's possible that the game has reached a saturation point of sorts; the number of new players coming in may be decreasing simply because WoW has already reached a largish portion of its potential market. The game is well-known enough as a life-eater now that many potential players may be scared off as well.Another possibility is that the free 10-day trials may have created artificial highs as lots of people who weren't really that into it subbed for just a month or two.
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