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9-10-2009 @ 4:27PM
I have to agree with others here, I don't think it would be a good idea on Blizzard's part.Let's just say they set a time in March for the 3.3 release. Imagine how many people would be on the forums whining and saying "No new content until March, I'm canceling my subscription until then!". By keeping it a secret they keep stringing people along hoping the next update will be sooner rather than later.The maintenance and hour long server outages already cause the forums to erupt in outright hatred. Imagine when a patch that had been advertised for months was missed by even a couple of days.Granted, the forums are a horrible indication of the feelings of the community as 95% of the people there makeup the lowest 5% of the WoW community in terms of quality, but still. I think they should keep doing what they're doing.
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