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2-20-2012 @ 5:29PM
What I would like to see is a kind of reverse "expansion pass" that rewarded players that kept subscribed for a whole expansion with a digital copy of the next one, for free. The incentive to keep subscribed during the lull between expansions, alone, would most likely make this worth it for Blizzard.Or, if Blizzard wants to attract new players while being a bit more generous, grant one of the missing expansions for each 180 uninterrupted days the player keeps subscribed - but count the time upfront when the game time is applied to the account, so a new player could get the base game and 6 60-days game time cards, immediately apply all of them, and get two expansions as a freebie right away.Another idea would be to reward players that have been subscribed for the last year with access to all Blizzard games, but only as long as they remain subscribed.
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