Submitted by Upstate8987 928d ago | opinion piece

The Obvious Reason World of Warcraft Lost 1.3 Million Subscribers

It’s no surprise to Den of Geek that Blizzard saw a loss of 1.3 million subscribers for World of Warcraft in the first quarter of 2013. There’s an obvious reason that WoW has lost 1.3 million subscribers in three months; people have changed. (PC, World of Warcraft)

ArchangelMike  +   928d ago
Really good article. It's pretty much the same reason I stopped playing MMOs in general (EvE online I'm looking at you).

Life (adult life) slowly creeps up on you, and you one day realise that gaming just doesn't fit as it used to. :(
Upstate8987  +   926d ago
Thanks ArchangelMIke, I appreciate the compliment.

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