Activision says the downturn of subscribers occurred mostly from the East. The company described WoTLK Gold the drop as "seasonal" and added that the decline in subscribers was similar to what we experienced at the end of the quarter, before the launch of the World of Warcraft expansion Mists of Pandaria.
Next World of Warcraft expansion is Warlords of Draenor, which is scheduled to launch this fall for PC. The date for release of the expansion will be announced at a special event next week in Los Angeles. While the expansion isn't released yet, it has already been sold 1.5 million units of purchases in advance, Activision Blizzard said today.
Although World of Warcraft 's subscriber count has dropped, revenues from the game are increasing, Blizzard tainment CEO Mike Morhaime declared. The CEO did not offer an exact figure for revenue, and Actvision Blizzard does not share the data publicly.
Activision Blizzard also announced today that World of Warcraft has now sold more than 20 million copies. This figure includes sales of World of Warcraft itself and the expansion Reaper of Souls, which cheap WoTLK Classic Gold was the highest-rated PC game of the quarter in terms of dollars sold in the two regions of North America and Europe, Activision Blizzard said. World of Warcraft originally launched in a PC-only version, but now it's available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions will be available this month, dubbed"the Ultimate Evil Edition.