Especially if Blizzard really are planning other major events for their community in the future, as this should be a nice way to keep interest in the title active for a long time. As we said above, Blizzard know very well what their fans want and how they can please them, and they’ve been regularly making releases that work in this direction.
That’s why it’s also important for fans of “World of Warcraft” to keep actively posting on the game’s forums and sharing their suggestions for improvements and new gameplay additions.
Blizzard are obviously monitoring those channels, as some of the changes they’ve made to the game have been the direct result of player feedback, and the company clearly knows how to look for cool suggestions from their fans and implement them.
It’s a mutually beneficial relationship – people talking about the game keep its popularity high and active, while on the other hand Blizzard gets feedback for how they can improve it for future updates, and this ends up benefiting all players in return. Because of this, we expect that “World of Warcraft” will remain a relevant game for a very long time, and we’ll keep hearing that name for quite a while in the future. Even Blizzard themselves would likely find it hard to jump over the bar they’ve set with this game.