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"No. And you do not wish to. You think you do, however, you do not." Charge for dredging up this old quotation to Rod Breslau. It is reminiscent of a few other sentiments from large firms, such as when Sony said that people did not"really" want to play old games, just moments before the NES Classic Edition lit the world on fire.
Like Sony, Blizzard shifted course. Yesterday saw the launch of World of Warcraft Classic to buy wow classic gold, which brings the concept of a classic host in an official capacity, and the thing has exploded. It struck up over 1,000,000 concurrent audiences on Twitch, with login queues that lasted for hours and long lines of players waiting to kill tutorial zone quest bosses. All those people shelling out $15 for at least one month of nostalgia did not go unnoticed by Wall Street, and in the time of this writing, Activision's stock is up 3.25%.