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Post by Eorl @ 10:14am 05/10/12 | 8 Comments
Blizzard has today revealed their first week of launch sales for the recent expansion to the popular MMO World of Warcraft. The Mists of Pandaria expansion has seen the sale of more than 2.7 million copies worldwide, not including China's release on October 2nd.

The press release also reveals that the subscription number that we recently saw drop below 10 million to 9.1 million has now risen back pass 10 million, however no definitive number has been given.
“With Mists of Pandaria, we set out to expand on the sense of fun and discovery that’s always been at the heart of World of Warcraft -- in addition to adding a huge variety of new content and features to the game,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “It’s been gratifying to see the results of all of the work we put into this expansion and to hear all of the positive feedback from players so far.”

The World of Warcraft development team is already hard at work on the first major post-launch content update. Further details, including features and release timing, will be provided in the weeks ahead.
The Mists of Pandaria expansion adds a whole new race to the familiar lands, the Pandarian. Along with the new race comes the new continent, new dungeons, new raids and a whole new talent tree plus more. You can check out the full list of features over on the official website.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below on how you're enjoying the new expansion.



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Dark Might
Posted 12:39pm 08/10/12
I'm very glad to see that the WoW team has been unaffected by the Diablo 3 failure. I view the Diablo 3 incident as a sort of tumor that needs to be cut off from Blizzard.

That said, the new WoW expansion is as glorious as ever. The detail, design and atmosphere is engrossing as always with the high expectations Blizzard has brought us with its expansion packs. I'm at level 88 and loving the new areas. Looking forward to experiencing all the content so I'll be signing up for another month of game time!

P.S. The Collector's edition is awesome. I have all the WoW collector's editions on my shelf and the quality of these is second to none!
Khel
Posted 12:43pm 08/10/12
Yeah, I'm genuinely suprised how good it is, don't think I've enjoyed WoW this much since BC
Tanaka Khan
Posted 02:57pm 08/10/12
Have they taken into account that over half of those subscriptions are from Rev Evil and Khel?
Nerfy
Posted 04:00pm 08/10/12
Khel
Posted 04:05pm 08/10/12
Hehe yeah saw that this morning, saw a video of a guy standing in stormwind yelling "NO GOD! SPARE US!" then everyone in the city fell over dead.
Dazhel
Posted 04:48pm 08/10/12
Alliance & Horde members in Kalimdor probably should have been more careful before accepting ratty blankets generously gifted by Pandaren emissaries.
Tanaka Khan
Posted 07:56pm 09/10/12
More than 10 million subscribers play World of Warcraft (WoW), almost half are believed to be in China.


Just so Rev can buy his gold!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19869466
Khel
Posted 08:40pm 09/10/12
Haha, holy s*** thats a lot of skeletons in the picture of orgrimmar
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