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Last month, it was announced that Chinese gamers would have to do without playing Blizzard's hit MMO World of Warcraft for a few weeks as the game transitioned between its old China-based operator The9 and its new operator NetEase. Now it has been revealed that the transition is taking longer than planned.
According to a Reuters article, NetEase is now saying that due to "factors out of its control" the company still has not re-launched World of Warcraft. It also can't predict when the game will come back online for the millions of its Chinese players. Obviously the longer the game is shut down there's more of a chance that its previous gamers will not return to World of Warcraft when it does finally come back online. That ultimately could cut into Blizzard's overall revenues and subscription numbers for the game.
|Категория: World of Warcraft | Добавил: Khazad (27.07.2009) | Автор: Posted Jul 8th 2009 John Callaham|
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