The Recent Loss of WoW Subscribers
If you have ever searched the MMO market, you would know that the world of warcraft becomes less popular than before, so does other MMO game like Runescape. Recently, the Blizzard has faltered with the recent loss of WoW subscribers. Will that means the will wow lose its old operation glory? Are you a player of world of warcraft? Do you still remember the moment when you first play the game? Do you have some unforgettable memories or thrilling moments of the game?
Which MMO game will you choose to play if you quit the world of warcraft? I wonder why the game will suffer the loss of subscribers and the players reduce. When this becomes reality, other game developers hungry to make inroads in the MMO market wishing to share a part of the market. Is this really a good chance or time to enter the market? There are already so many MMO games now and I think it is difficult to defeat world of warcraft for this game has existed so many years and it owns a huge number of players all around the world even though it is suffering the recent loss of wow subscribers. What’s more, there are so many website on Internet running wow gold or wow accounts business. Right, we know the wow gold becomes cheaper and cheaper so the world of warcraft players can get cheap wow gold easily. However, there are still many companies to join the business and many sites place PPC ads on Google. If it goes downhill, I think there will not many company to sell wow accounts or gold for the profits are small.
Will there be really a game to become the wow killer? Stephan Frost who is the game design producer at Ncsoft’s Carbine Studios claims that the recent loss of wow subscribers gives his game Wildstar a better chance to succeed. This situation really makes some guys happy and some other guys sorrow. Stephan Frost is going to release the game when the world of warcraft is losing subscribers and he has enough confidence for his game to success in the MMO market. In the meanwhile, Take-Two Interactive has taken the opposing angle, saying that no one — not even Blizzard — can succeed because the North American market is a poor one for MMOs.
How the things and MMO market will be? We’ll see.