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10-26-2009 @ 5:45PM
"If even half the WoW players were like, "screw that new MMO, I have too much invested in this one to switch" Then Blizz would be stuck supporting 2 MMO's but still only making the same amount of money."Very interesting thoughts. You're right, I believe. By releasing a new MMO while still supporting their current one, they would almost certainly just be splitting the players and resources across two projects. They would almost be forced to stop genuinely supporting WoW in order to push more people over to the new game (i.e. to get rid of that thought that people have anything invested in WoW).That's probably the best argument I've seen against a new Blizzard MMO coming out anytime soon...at least not as long as the current one still maintains such popularity.
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