Alliance and Horde Armies Grow with Launch of Mists of Pandaria(TM)
World of Warcraft has never been more popular with players and explorers alike discovering the amazing secrets that Pandaria has to hold. It’s funny that Blizzard is starting to release the numbers and results of their newest expansion because most of the fans and current subscribers at the time said that the game is lame and that it’s dying. I mean, it was kind of silly for fans and gamers alike to say that a game is “dying” just because it ONLY has 10 million+ subscribers.
Blizzard made a lot of promises with Mists of Pandaria and they have done nothing but deliver on all the wonderful things they said they were going to do. The MINOR issues that have come up during the short course of the expansion have been fixed with a maintenance patch a hot fix that confronted the issues that came up. The point is that subscribers that stayed for the launch could not have been happier, and although they shouldn’t even be considered as a fan of WoW because they just leave as soon as they get bored. Blizzard has said that “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”.
The last thing that fans should be with the game is disappointed because trying as hard as I possibly could have, I have still not found all of the secrets and achievements that can be found in Mists of Pandaria. Blizzard is making sure that there is no way players are going to hit that “burn out” time where they think it’s ok to act like a game is bad because they choose to log on and do nothing with their time. Keep signing back up “fans”, the generous developer that is Blizzard is willing to accept you all back in to their lives.