Yesterday Blizzard announced they would remove the purchase time options of 30, 90 and 180 days from World of Warcraft, leaving only the 60-day option.
“We recently conducted a review of available services in all currencies. Based on this, we have decided to change the available options for playing time in Blizzard Shop, “Blizzard wrote in a forum post.
Buying playing time was a way for players to experience World of Warcraft without committing to a current subscription payment plan. As of today, players wishing to continue this payment model will only be able to purchase 60-day play time at $ 29.99.
Wowhead.com wonders The move could be to shift buyers of playing time to one of Blizzard’s subscription plans, leading to more money for the company.
Subscription plans and WoW tokens have not been affected, so do not worry if you are like me and still pay $ 14.99 month to month.