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3-06-2012 @ 4:31PM
@Callace...If it wasn't in their financial benefit in the long run, none of it would happen. They would end Cata and scrap MoP tomorrow if it started costing them money.They expect that the new incentive to return program to pay off in the long run, too. They are definitely not doing it just to be good guys.Blizz, like every business, is in business to make money. Some companies do it by making cars, or chairs, or toothbrushes, or whatever. Blizz does it by making video games, but what they actually make is money. That is as it should be.
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