World of Warcraft expansion Warlords of Draenor may have hadduring its launch, but it's still doing no damage in the subscriptions department.
As well as already selling over over 3.3 million copies, the expansion has helped WoW reach over 10 million player subscriptions. Not bad for a game released back in 2004.
Those figures come from a press release sent out by Blizzard today, which also admits that the game's launch could have gone a sight smoother. The developer and publisher claims it's working round the clock to fix the issues, and executive producer J. Allen Brackthat players would be refunded five days of their subscription time to make up for the troubles.
“We’re thrilled that so many players jumped in to play Warlords of Draenor on day one and are having a great time with the new content,” Said Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime. “We poured a lot of hard work and passion into this expansion, and we appreciate all the kind words from players and the overwhelming support they continue to show for World of Warcraft.”
Not a terrible way to mark World of Warcraft's tenth year since launch.