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4-06-2009 @ 3:11PM
If my own experiences have any universality, I imagine the numbers will increase through the summer, and then modestly decline as the school year starts back up.
4-06-2009 @ 3:48PM
WoW should keep going strong until the Lich King comes out. Afterall, most people playing wow now are on because of the promise of seeing Arthas mano-a-mano. It will not be a gradual decline though :p WoW is basically a bubble. A lot of it is inflated. It is not uncommon that people have been here for years and/or have multiple characters. Now, some would look at that and think: oh good, that means people are invested. But no. What it means is people WERE invested. At this point they have moreorless seen ALL the content. They are just hanging on out of habit, friendships, anticipation for the lich king. But I suspect that once any large group starts to leave; it will trigger a mass "selloff". Where everyone else suddenly realizes, "hey, i've been playing this game too long, too."
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