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6-13-2007 @ 6:34PM
@2Yes it is interesting that he game was still increasing in popularity before the expansion. To me that means the game was fine and people liked teh game the way it was. Not alot of people were quiting. But after the expansion it seems a TON of people I played with forever are suddenly leaving or constantly complaining about this game. It seems all the hype and advertisement for the expansion made WoW very popular. But after playing it, people didn't like it and are starting to leave for the first time.Looks like the devs have to make ALOT of changes to make people as happy with the game as they were before the expansion. And I don't think it being summer season has anything to do with with players quiting the game. It's exactly the opposite. I have alot more free time now without classes and everyone is playing alot more. And it's insanely hot out so after going to the pool people just wanna chill and play WoW.We all know people are leaving because they don't like what's happened to the game. This is probably the FIRST and ONLY time they have ever lost playerbase. Coincidence? I think not.
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