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8-18-2009 @ 4:01PM
On the contrary, a move like this is aimed at not only keeping the subscribers they have, but drawing in new ones. WoW's old world is very dated compared to the newer areas, not to mention next to the new MMOs coming out. A new player trying several different games isn't necessarily going to stick around 1-60 to get to the innovative stuff.If they were truly convinced that they weren't going to be getting many new subscribers and planned only to maintain the playerbase they have, we'd be seeing stuff mainly geared toward keeping the army of max level characters most people playing for any length of time have amassed occupied. Instead we're possibly seeing a reboot of the content everyone experiences when they log into the game for the first time.
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