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4-01-2009 @ 8:06PM
Hmm... I remember someone saying awhile back that he thought this was Blizzard's move toward monetizing add on release packs...Now if I could only find... #16 below...http://www.wowinsider.com/2009/03/20/new-add-on-policy-makes-selling-add-ons-against-the-rules/And maybe your right... Blizzard may not have charged for add ons... but Blizzard/Activision sure as hell will. We don't know what business model they are going to use, whether its an addon suite where you get a bundle of addons, you can purchase individual addons or even when you subscribe to WoW Platinum for $19.99 a month you get free Blizzard addons and an in game vanity pet (doesn't count towards achievement). In the end, the company is in the business of making money. This is just another avenue that old school Blizzard left in the community's hands and now Activision wants to take the reins.
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