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2-10-2012 @ 8:36AM
@emberdioneBut are people going to leave an MMO they've played for years for an unknown entity? That's like people leaving their spouses *before* they actually start an affair. It happens, but the larger part are two-timin' at least for a while. I think the effect of SWTOR will shake out over the next few months.Anecdotally, a good 50% of my guild is currently playing both games, but they're not on WoW most of the time. It's actually a little depressing as we couldn't get a new ID DS raid started just after reset last week, not even with PUGs. That was the moment when I thought SWTOR is having an effect because I knew exactly where the missing people were. It's not proving anything, of course, but it does illustrate why some people might be inclined to say that SWTOR is killing WoW - it's killing *their* WoW.
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