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WoW passes 10M Subscribers

by , 5th October 2012

Today blizzard announced that 2,7 Million copies of MOP was already been sold, and that they passed the 10M subscribe base!



Official Blue Post:


PARIS, France -- October 4, 2012 -- Following the September 25 global rollout of World of Warcraft®: Mists of Pandaria™, the new expansion to the world’s #1 subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. today announced that millions of players have already joined the fight for Pandaria. During the first week of launch, prior to the release in China on October 2, the expansion had already sold through approximately 2.7 million copies and the game’s global player base passed 10 million subscribers, with growth across all major regions.*

“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.

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Expansion Statistics:


  • The Burning Crusade - 2.4M First Day, 3.5M First Month
  • Wrath of the Lich King - 2.8M First Day, 4M First Month
  • Cataclysm - 3.3M First Day, 4.7M First Month

 
    2 Comments
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    #1 , 5th October 2012
    The important question:

    How many of those 10m are bots? :p
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    #2 , 10th October 2012
    É assustador, se fizermos as contas cada um desses 10milhoes paga 13€ mês o que dá qualquer coisa como 130milhões por mês?? Isto só para o WoW??? Enfim anda por aí mto dinheiro xD
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