World of Warcraft dabbles with free-to-play
Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft is free-to-play up until a certain point in order to entice even more players to try the game.
World of Warcraft is free-to-play up until players reach level 20. Other features like voice chat, guilds and the ability to collect any more than 10 gold. This replaces the previous 10-day free trial scheme that Blizzard used to run.
Blizzard are also offering the Burning Crusadee expansion for free to existing account holders who don't have it yet.
After level 20 players will be able to join the 11.4 million existing subscribers for 8.99 GBP per month or 46.14 GBP for six months.
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