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9-21-2010 @ 4:01PM
Interestingly, I was sent an invitation to participate in a random survey from Blizz, recently, and this feature was one of the "Would you be interested in..." options. Another was Push notifications, as mentioned by Viper007Bond above me, so I suppose it could happen.For the record, I answered that I might be interested in this feature, so I'm thinking I should be taking credit for this. (Surely, I was the only person they asked, right?)There were too many "Would you be interested in..." ideas to remember or list, but I will mention one that stood out to me: Paraphrased - the ability to complete a certain type of quest [maybe a daily of some sort? - just a guess by me] that would award gold or XP on your mobile device. Now there's an idea that I predict will, most certainly, rile up the ranks on both sides of the argument.Looking back, I wish I had taken screen-shots of the survey pages, so I could remember all the stuff they were possibly, considering, implementing. Anyone else here, get randomly selected to answer?And before you ask - yes, I confirmed that the email was actually from Blizzard and no, at no time did the survey ask for ANY sort of identification, account name, password, or any of that sort of thing. It was hosted by the reputable survey service zoomerang.com. I'm confident it was the real deal.
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