Activision Earnings Call: WoW Down to 7.7 Million Subs, Titan Updates
Activision announced their
second quarter 2013 financial results
today. It was confirmed that WoW lost 600k subscribers since the last earnings call, which was released as a tentative estimate in a press release from
, in which it was also announced last week that Activision Blizzard was separating from their parent company Vivendi in an $8.2 billion deal.
It was also revealed that
Titan is unlikely to be a subscription-based MMO
, Blizzard is looking for a new director for Titan, and that the game's concept is undergoing significant changes.
The subscription losses follows
, which follows a loss of
1.3 million subscribers
reported at the end of 2012.
In Cataclysm, WoW lost
a lot of subscribers
and was at 9.1 million right before WoW's expansion came out:
losses for earlier quarters.
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