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11-12-2010 @ 12:14PM
Personally, I think if WoW went free-to-play, I'd just spend the $15/month I usually do on the new options. BUT, what I'm adamant about, is that Blizz should pick a model and stick with it. If you're going to be a subscription-based game, don't exploit us with microtransactions as well. ...Really the only ones I have a problem with are the in-game items. Those should be covered by the subscription. Extra services such as transfers I don't mind being extra (maybe just cuz I've never had a need for them). Someone mentioned an example of 1 free transfer/year which I could see being covered by subscription, but the in-game items erk me the most.
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