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  Vannor

Hard Core Member

Joined: 8/11/03
Posts: 2995

 
OP  4/07/13 6:29:17 PM#1

What if WoW and Project Titan shared the subscription fee?

As in... $15 a month got you access to both games.

Many people say that Blizzard might kill thier own game with thier new game, but something like that 'might' prove beneficial to both of them.

What do others think? Would Blizzard ever consider something like this? Do you think it might be a bad idea? Would you play both games? If they did it, would you demand you only got access to one game at half the price because that's all you want to play?

How about if they they said one game was $15, access to both is $20?

  Squeak69

Novice Member

Joined: 1/21/13
Posts: 960

cheese cheese wheres da bloody cheese

4/07/13 6:31:27 PM#2
intresting concept, i kinda like it.

F2P may be the way of the future, but ya know they dont make them like they used to
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  hockeyplayr

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Joined: 9/27/10
Posts: 555

4/07/13 7:09:40 PM#3
I can see $20 a month for both.  Soe does that for access to all their games as a subscriber
  Malinkadink

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Joined: 11/19/11
Posts: 77

"When you put good will out there it's amazing what can be accomplished." -PW

4/07/13 9:14:12 PM#4
Honestly dont think they will need to do something like that, at least not at first. If they really see a huge decline in WoW subscribers and an influx for Titan then yeah it may be beneficial for them to have an option to sub for both games @$20 a month, but there are bound to me many that pay $30/month happily to play both *shiver*
  Vannor

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Joined: 8/11/03
Posts: 2995

 
OP  4/07/13 10:15:24 PM#5
Originally posted by Malinkadink
Honestly dont think they will need to do something like that, at least not at first. If they really see a huge decline in WoW subscribers and an influx for Titan then yeah it may be beneficial for them to have an option to sub for both games @$20 a month, but there are bound to me many that pay $30/month happily to play both *shiver*

They did give away free licenses for Diablo 3 with WoW subscriptions from day 1.. which I was surprised by. I wouldn't have said they needed to do that, but they must have had thier reasons. Would it really be so different?

  GreenHell

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Joined: 11/27/05
Posts: 1341

4/07/13 10:20:45 PM#6
I can see Blizzard doing it and only charging $15. WoW has paid for itself so many times over they would lose nothing. Even if they dont go that route there will be some kind of WoW/Titan perk or tie in. Be foolsih not to tap that huge player base.
  zethcarn

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Joined: 7/18/04
Posts: 1564

4/13/13 6:41:30 AM#7
I like the idea.
  TalRasha

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Joined: 1/20/05
Posts: 828

6/05/13 3:57:22 AM#8
I like the idea for a consumer. But for business, Blizzard would be better of turning WoW into a cash shop game (lots of this in place already, such as buying mounts/pets) and remove the fee, and have a separate subscription fee for Titan.