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6-26-2010 @ 4:39AM
@DrakkenFyreI'm not in the SC II beta, but what you described doesn't surprise me in the least. I also wouldn't be shocked (yet still somewhat surprised) if this is how the feature works upon release. The fastest and most public way to get new subscribers is when friends and friends of friends on Facebook see other people are playing WoW, how often, and what kind of stuff they do. Think about all the invites to Mafia Wars or whatever fad game of the season you've gotten on Facebook. It's also cheaper and has more appeal to the non-WoW world than campy Mr. T commercials. My parents have never heard of World of Warcraft and their faces go blank when I talk about computer games. But they're all over Facebook and so are their friends. That's the genius behind Real ID, and it'll integrate with if not replace the current WoW Facebook app in the future.
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