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9-05-2007 @ 9:48PM
I was one of the people that had been on a several month break and came back shortly before the release of TBC. THe expansion managed to keep my attention from release all the way up until August at which point I decided to take another break... until I heard about WotLK. That was enough to make me think twice about it. Then I heard it isn't expected until May at the earliest. I immediately stopped my account. Personally I love the new content, new areas to explore, new items, quests. Even if its more of the same its still different enough to keep my attention. If Blizzard expects to keep the kind of subscription base they have now, they are going to have to quit making people wait years in between expansions. When they are bringing millions of dollars in subscriber revenue on a monthly basis they have more than enough money to have a large enough team to put out expansions on a regular basis. Two teams working on separate titles could each have two years to complete an addon and still be releasing a new expansion to customers on a yearly basis. Eventually people will just quit waiting around.
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