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Lich King Sells 2.8M in 24 Hours

Kotaku - November 20, 2008


Submitted by afsplat (133) at 8:15AM PST on November 20, 2008


World of Warcraft’s second expansion Wrath of the Lich King is officially the fastest-selling PC game in history, breaking the last record, set by WoW’s first expansion Burning Crusade, by nearly half a million.
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Wrath of the Lich King alpha begins, ship date leaked?

Gamespot - April 11, 2008


Submitted by Soltanus (813) at 12:17PM PST on April 11, 2008


In 2006, Blizzard Entertainment made the somewhat audacious statement that the developer was targeting annual expansions for its massively popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft.
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Blizzard opens up on Lich King storyline

CVG - February 29, 2008


Submitted by llonesmiz (505) at 12:53AM PST on March 3, 2008


In its latest podcast Blizzard has opened up Wrath of the Lich King's storyline and how the second WoW expansion will operate inside the studio's huge tome of Wacraft lore.
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World of Warcraft (WoW) Comes To Mobile Phones

devoted2gaming - February 15, 2008


Submitted by ccsohk (1385) at 9:30AM PST on February 16, 2008


Ahhh World of Warcraft addiction gets taken to another level! Now, not only can you play WoW for hours upon hours but you can also hop on your phone to get your fix now too.
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New WoW signups in China suspended

VG247 - February 8, 2010


Submitted by deftangel (279) at 4:33AM PST on February 8, 2010


NetEase has suspended registration of new accounts for World of Warcraft in China.Sign-ups won’t be accepted from today. NetEase is now applying for a licence to run The Burning Crusade in the country. The cancellation of sign-ups comes after it was reported in January that the Chinese authorities were preparing to rule against NetEase for illegally operating WoW in the country. Roughly half of WoW’s 11-12 million users are Chinese.
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China Tightens Regulation On Foreign Online Game Operation

GamaSutra - October 10, 2009


Submitted by deftangel (279) at 7:55AM PST on October 13, 2009


The Chinese GAPP & NCA have re-iterated and apparently strengthened their regulatory powers over online games operated out of China, requiring preapproval before any game can be launched, and completely forbidding any foreign investment in Chinese operators of online games. The announcements had an immediate impact on major operator NetEase which saw its stock price fall more than 5pc. NetEase has operated WoW in China since June of this year, back online just weeks ago after months of downtime.
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China Announces New Game Crackdown

GamePolitics - June 19, 2009


Submitted by deftangel (279) at 5:25PM PST on June 18, 2009


China is mounting a renewed crackdown against "undesirable" online games. A Reuters reports cites Chinese state-run Xinhua news agency, which attributes the government action to concerns over crime and Internet addiction. More than 40 million Chinese now participate in online games. Looks less & less good for a Lich King release in China the more it goes on, IMO.
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Wrath of Lich King Gets Its First Level 80

Kotaku - November 14, 2008


Submitted by necron101 (429) at 1:09PM PST on November 14, 2008


And like that, someone already hit 80. A mere 27 hours after World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King launches, the game apparently already has its first level 80: a warlock named Nymh that plays on a French server.
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Wrath of the Lich King goes beta

Joystiq - July 18, 2008


Submitted by oznerol (1) at 6:54AM PST on July 18, 2008


On a Thursday night after all the E3 shenanigans (and during our party, no less), we have word that Blizzard has begun the Wrath of the Lich King beta. Sources have told WoW Insider that the alpha phase reportedly shut down a few days ago and that invites should be going out soon for the beta. Additionally, a Blizzard site has gone live to help gamers get the beta set up. Are you one of the lucky few to get an invite? You can check out the patch notes here.
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WoW WotLK to Launch in China 8-31-10

Yahoo - August 23, 2010


Submitted by Zex_M19 (111) at 7:31AM PST on August 25, 2010


SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. and NetEase.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES - News) today announced that World of Warcraft®: Wrath of the Lich King™, the second expansion for Blizzard Entertainment’s award-winning subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), will launch in mainland China on August 31, 2010.
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