World of WarCraft Q&A
6:51 AM | Anthony Wang | 8 comments
The BBC has posted an article based Q&A with Shane Dibiri, Blizzard's lead producer of the World of WarCraft. The interview looks into the new and future content updates such as The Burning Crusade expansion pack Blizzard is releasing.
When it comes to the long term future, there will no doubt be further expansions and content patches to come, but how long can the World of Warcraft success story last?The Burning Crusade expansion pack is yet to be released for Mac, let alone PC, so be sure to stay tuned to IMG for more news on the upcoming expansion pack. Please click on the links below to read the interview and to learn more information.
BBC: Warcraft game makers look to grow
"It's one of those things that's difficult to say. If it was up to me it'd last forever, but as long as the players want to stay and enjoy themselves, we have no limit to the number of stories we want them to experience," said Mr Dabiri.
"The world of Warcraft has so much more to give that I think we could be expanding it for five, 10, 20 years to come."
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