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7-21-2008 @ 1:42PM
"As always, the problem with Blizzard is communication -- it's fine if they want to keep which beta these WWI or BlizzCon keys are for a secret, but when the beta registration actually starts, they should make a plan, stick with it, and let all of us would-be beta testers in on what it is."Precisely. And I don't understand what the secrecy was about anyway. IN fact, what I have thought they should do is simply say "this key can be used for the next beta of your choice." I mean, I'm fine with it being WotLK... but there were a lot of Starcraft folks there and they'd probably much prefer to use the key for SC2.
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