World Of Warcraft: The Number One MMORPG
This is a article on the popular MMORPG World Of Warcraft
World of Warcraft, a online MMO ran by Blizzard Entertainment, is the most popular computer game of all time. In 2004 World of Warcraft, or WoW, was first introduced to the gaming marketplace. Reaching quick success to top all others, including popular games such as Everquest or Guild Wars, it has became a staple game in almost any computer game nerd's collection. WoW has became vastly more popular than any other game on the net, reaching nine million subscribers within the first two years, charging fifteen US dollars per month for its subscription. Following its initial success WoW has had multiple expansion packs released that have made it the game of the last decade. The expansion The Burning Crusade was the first to be released, followed then by Wrath of the Lich King, and just within the last six months, The Cataclysm.
World of Warcraft is in the height of its expansion pack The Cataclysm, and is enthralling the minds of the new gamer, to the Dungeons and Dragons player of old. It has over fifteen million subscribers as of the latest statistics released by Blizzard Entertainment. WoW has intuitively revolutionized the idea of race and class combinations, making for such a wide variety of play styles to suit any type of gamer. Most notably of WoWs present features is the great blizzard Game Masters that can be reached in game through a help ticket feature, where you can get in-game help from Blizzard employees, or even just someone to talk to in case you get bored. :-)
The future of World Of Warcraft is undoubtedly going to be a prosperous one. With the ability for expansion untouchable by the Blizzard programming team it will be a long time before the title of greatest MMO is passed onto another game. Blizzard has released statements with there future plans, which include at least two more expansions for the game.
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