In order to reward "early supporters" of StarCraft II, Blizzard Entertainment has started to upgrade the associated Battle.net accounts with full 30-day retail copies of World of Warcraft.
Wonder what the criteria was to get this?
yeah give it to you free but if you want to keep playing then you have to pay
so... i bought starcraft 2 like 5 months ago. do i qualify too? if so... do i just email blizzard?
What about those who already had World of Warcraft? Do they just get credited 30 free days?
That would be epic, I picked my copy of SC2 up on launch day soooo cross your fingers.
I bought mine on launch day too..... j/k Scratch that. I got given mine on launch day by Blizzard. (Review copy, but the copy they sent was a retail version) xD @distorted_reality below What's Diablo III? xD Nah knowing Blizzard and how long its friggin taking, it'll never come out!!
This is another reason as to why Blizzard are cool. Would of preferred access to a Diablo 3 beta instead though lol. @ Kran - hey dude, if the Duke can get released, ANY game can get released. Pretty sure Ep3 is just around the corner lol.
I think this action shoud lure some players to WoW. Anybody who want to play this Game coud habe bought it for 5-10 bucks already.
i was in the beta, bought it first day. Got no email :-(
Get them hooked on Cocaine and follow it up with a chaser of heroine. I know your game Blizzard and it won't work, I've been heroine free for 2 years.
I don't know, I think Hermoine is a pretty good heroine. She rocks.
Bah, that would be right, I pick on someone for a lol spelling mistake and then I make one as well.
I got the email along with a link to download WOW of course came with 30 day trail. If i even play it i know i wont go any further pass the 30 days. I bought the game very shortly after it released and registered everything. I also got the first starcraft and expansions registered.
ya I ended up getting this as well, I now have 90 days of "free trial" build up, as I got the emails and credits from running my own blog.
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