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Monday, 24 October 2011 08:53

Mists of Pandaria reaction a bit negative

Written by David Stellmack



Blizzard not worried, as players will come around


The reaction to the announcement of the new World of Warcraft expansion called Mists of Pandaria has been a bit negative, according to a number of reports. It would seem that many players were not at all pleased with the announcement, which had been rumored for some time.

Blizzard seems to not be worried about the reaction, as they think players will come around once they start playing it. It would seem that at least some of the perception will change as players get a better understanding of how cool the pandas in the game can be.

From the trailer we have seen, Pandaria does look very interesting, but there just isn’t enough to know one way or the other how popular this may be.



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