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4-06-2009 @ 5:00PM
I believe there a slight subcriber dip when Age of Conan was released. Blizz never actually gave any numbers on that...but they did comment on it at the time. I also agree with Adam that WoW is certainly meeting it's critical mass. And we're likely in it. Though when that platue will be reached is still pure speculation...cause ti maybe months if not years before things start declining.I also thank Adam for not turning this into a WoW is dying arguement. I've seen hundreds of those posted on the General Forums since playing this game for 4 years now. I understand there is some content disfatisfaction and after expansion class nerf batting griping going on. But this very similar to TBC around same time...and I believe "vanilla" WoW before that. But Blizz kept showing subscriber increase despite this. So I feel there is no credibility on the current players who claim that Blizz is on the way out due to it's current "problems." But rather as Adam has said...WoW is on a natural platue. One that would even likely exist if there are no complaints.
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