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6-29-2011 @ 9:47AM
It's a perfect way to test the waters of free-to-play gaming, and it completely removes any barrier to entry. I think it's a great move, and I have a number of friends who have been on the fence about WoW who will now jump in for an extended test drive. :)
6-29-2011 @ 1:27PM
The barrier of entry to go from trial to the full game is still the roughly $100 to get the new $20 Battlechest, $40 WotLK, and $40 Cataclysm (prices from 5 minutes ago on Blizzard's own store). It's still a quite hefty price tag.The only difference is that trial players can evaluate the game for more than 10/14/whatever days.It's a step in the right direction, though.
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