UK Chart: World of Warcraft places third

  • World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, the next expansion for Blizzard's massively multiplayer online role-playing game, gained third place inside UK chart after launch on December 9. The mighty MMOG still did not dethrone Call of Duty: Black Ops, which holds onto the top spot, and FIFA 11, which remains at two. It should be noted, though, the UK charts don't currently include full digital sales data understanding that Cataclysm was the FIFA Coins primary World of Warcraft expansion to become released to get and for download at the identical time. Cataclysm is the sole new title from the top 10, after the relatively quiet week for releases.  Warcraft. Warcraft never changes.     
    It's not the initial time a Call of Duty title has blocked World of Warcraft on the top spot; the final expansion, Wrath from the Lich King, landed in second place after launching in exactly the same week as Call of Duty: World at War in 2008. The first World of Warcraft expansion, Burning Crusade, experienced a clearer route to number one in 2007, launching and topping the UK chart in January of this year.     
    Blizzard expects the planet-changing Cataclysm expansion provides an influx of the latest players and returning lapsed players to its 12-million-subscriber MMOG. To accommodate people surge and address overcrowded servers, Blizzard is providing to waive the typical fee for Cheap FUT Coins transferring a character between certain realms until December 22. MMOAH has attracted plenty of players since they have been doing service for many years, and they have been the very professional supplier as products third party.