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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
Second WOW expansion 'scheduled' for '08

Gamespot - May 19, 2008


Submitted by MsRonja (2567) at 3:08PM PST on May 19, 2008


Blizzard parent Vivendi is planning to ship Wrath of the Lich King in "second half" of the current year; Blizzard revs near $100 million per month.
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Preview

Hooked Gamers - August 5, 2007


Submitted by GamerMan76 (505) at 9:04AM PST on August 5, 2007


"There seems to be no end to the creativity of the developers behind World of Warcraft. This expansion adds so much new content, it will make your head spin!"
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
THQ: "Warcraft has peaked"

Eurogamer - April 8, 2008


Submitted by felipedmoreira (387) at 12:14PM PST on April 8, 2008


There's fighting talk today from THQ executive Jack Sorenson, who has told Eurogamer that he reckons Blizzard's all-conquering World of Warcraft has "peaked".
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
Complete graphical overhaul of the engine?

Eurogamer - May 19, 2008


Submitted by MsRonja (2567) at 2:13PM PST on May 19, 2008


J. Allen Brack: That's actually something we talk about every expansion. It's interesting, two games have really tried that before, Ultima Online tried it and EverQuest tried it as well, and in each case it was only somewhat successful.
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
1st Official Trailer

WoW.com - August 3, 2007


Submitted by Animate (8) at 3:14PM PST on August 3, 2007


The 1st Official trailer is now available. (couldn't fit full source name, WorldofWarcraft.com, due to 15 character limit)
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WOW Hits Record One Million Concurrent Chinese Players

GameDaily - April 11, 2008


Submitted by lstormy10 (296) at 7:53PM PST on April 11, 2008


"The9 Limited announced today that World of Warcraft recently had a peak concurrency of one million players. The Chinese operator has been handling the Blizzard game in the China region since June 2005. This concurrency number is the highest since the game's original launch."
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
Chinese WoW down indefinitely since June 7th

VG247 - June 25, 2009


Submitted by deftangel (197) at 5:05AM PST on June 25, 2009


The Chinese version of World of Warcraft is still offline, according to this Yahoo! report, having been taken off the air on June 7 when Blizzard’s contract with The9 expired. As the piece notes, new operator NetEase wasn’t ready to have the game up and running at the time, and clearly still isn’t. No one appears to have a set date for play to recommence.
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
Blizzard denies 'next Xbox' rumors

gamespot - March 30, 2009


Submitted by wrangler_smoked (769) at 1:27PM PST on April 3, 2009


Its nearly 12 million subscribers help Blizzard--one half of Activision Blizzzard--generate over $100 million in revenues each month. Were any console-maker to successfully woo the notoriously PC-focused developer-publisher, the resulting royalties and sales would give it a major leg up in the tooth-and-nail console wars.
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World of Warcraft hits 11 million subscribers

Gamespot - October 28, 2008


Submitted by KultofCows (Admin) at 5:58PM PST on October 28, 2008


Today, the Irvine-based developer said that its worldwide subscriber base had exceeded 11 million. Adding a little color to that number, WOW's citizenship would rank just higher than the total population of Greece, according to the Central Intelligence Agency's World Fact Book.
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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)
China govt to crack down on foreign online games

GamesIndustry - March 18, 2009


Submitted by deftangel (197) at 9:50AM PST on March 18, 2009


The Chinese government dept which deals with the import of foreign videogames into the country, the GAPP, has announced that it plans to tighten restrictions. It will crack down on approval criteria in an apparent bid to avoid the excessive penetration of foreign culture among Chinese youth," Those words from Digital Publishing Bureau director Kou Xiaowei also included a reference to World of Warcraft, which is still awaiting approval for the Lich King expansion's release in the region.
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