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    Warcraft lets Euro gamers swap realms

    With Azeroth becoming increasingly overcrowded, Blizzard is offering UK and European World of Warcraft players the chance to jump to potentially greener pastures. For the first time, players can move individual characters between selected European realms for 14.99 (or 19.99 euros) per character. Players in the US received the option to transfer realms last week.

    The realms initially involved in the "paid character transfer" are Altar of Storms, Argent Dawn, Arthas, Dalaran, Demon Soul, Illidan, Magtheridon, Stormrage, Spirestone, Turalyon, Warsong, and Zul'jin. Limitations apply--players must have reached level 10 in order to transfer, and they are prevented from moving back to the same realm within a six-month period.

    Blizzard's decision follows complaints about the performance of existing servers, which have become increasingly overstretched by the game's popularity. Transfers are currently restricted to the dozen listed realms in order to test out the concept, but Blizzard might expand that list in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraggster
    With Azeroth becoming increasingly overcrowded, Blizzard is offering UK and European World of Warcraft players the chance to jump to potentially greener pastures. For the first time, players can move individual characters between selected European realms for 14.99 (or 19.99 euros) per character. Players in the US received the option to transfer realms last week.

    The realms initially involved in the "paid character transfer" are Altar of Storms, Argent Dawn, Arthas, Dalaran, Demon Soul, Illidan, Magtheridon, Stormrage, Spirestone, Turalyon, Warsong, and Zul'jin. Limitations apply--players must have reached level 10 in order to transfer, and they are prevented from moving back to the same realm within a six-month period.

    Blizzard's decision follows complaints about the performance of existing servers, which have become increasingly overstretched by the game's popularity. Transfers are currently restricted to the dozen listed realms in order to test out the concept, but Blizzard might expand that list in the future.
    Paying money just to play the game at its intended performance shows how greedy Blizzard has become... Once my favorite company, Blizzard has changed immensely... thinking more about themselves than the customers...

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