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1-06-2009 @ 4:18PM
I have a theory of what may come to pass from this great game called World of Warcraft. There will be expansion. There will be no new content once wrath has been finished with the defeat, many many times, of Arthus. World of Warcraft will come to a close. Come soon after Blizzard announces a new MMO. The MMO they have been working on secretly for the last 2+ years. An MMO that has been whispered at Blizzard events and talked about at secret midnight meetings. Blizzard will finalize World of Warcraft and bring into its place an MMO that will truly strike the finial blow to Aurthus. This new game will be the death of one successful MMO and birth cry of a whole new MMO.
1-06-2009 @ 4:23PM
Blizzard has stated that they are already working on the next WoW expansion.
1-06-2009 @ 4:30PM
"next WoW expansion"By that they mean new MMO.
1-12-2009 @ 10:04AM
I've seen all these things confirmed by Blizzard at some point on this blog... so unless they change their mind, you will be completely wrong.-Blizzard is currently developing a new MMO-- no details given, other than that it will be "next gen".-Blizzard is currently working on an expansion to WoW.-Blizzard will not make a WoW 2.
1-06-2009 @ 5:02PM
Blizzard has stated that they will continue to support WoW in the future. New expansions, etc. Any second MMO they release will be supported along-side WoW for the forseeable future.
1-06-2009 @ 5:41PM
Blizzard saying they'll support both WoW and their new MMO brings to mind when Nintendo said they would support both the Gameboy Advance and DS. But, if their new MMO is as superior to WoW as the DS was to the Gameboy, then we don't have anything to worry about.
1-06-2009 @ 6:20PM
"By that they mean new MMO."Yeah, you keep telling yourself that. Between the Maelstrom, the Emerald Dream, the Burning Citadel, etc, WoW is nowhere remotely near dead.But, y'know, whatever helps you sleep at night.
1-06-2009 @ 10:50PM
I hope I work with Naix someday. I want to be there when he approaches our boss with an idea as high-quality as taking an MMO which is bringing in a billion dollars a year, and more successful than anything else in the history of the industry - and abandoning it to solely focus on something new.
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