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6-04-2011 @ 6:41PM
I'm thinking it's possible that they're actually going to stretch this expansion out- a lot more than previous expansions. That, or they're setting up storylines that they can conclude in the fourth expansion, so that they don't run out of new content for us. Especially since I get the feeling they're going to do more with Vashj'ir. Who knows, it's possible that the Abyssal Maw dungeon that we were expecting turns into an 85-90 zone in the next expansion. I don't know about you, but I would be excited by that. And then there's the possibility of Ruined Kezan as a zone, and the fleshing out of the Ruins of Gilneas. And the updates needed for Outland and Northrend.If the next expansion was a simple continuation of this expansion, I think it'd be a very wise idea. Otherwise, we'd be having some wierd issues with Outland and Northrend - say, jumping /forward/ in time with Outland and Northrend, then /back in time/ to Vashj'ir and the Highlands and such, then /forward/ again to whatever new content there is.
6-05-2011 @ 6:26AM
I disagree - I think they will do the opposite of stretching it out, but rather shorten it. They do love their Xpacs, becuase the generate tons of money AND give them publicity and new players in a way that regular content patches does not. I'm sure we'll see another expansion in the stores in 2012.
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