Currently World of Warcraft has around 11 million account subscriptions. They may not have that many live people playing because some people pay for more than one account. Some pay for 20 accounts (Multi-boxers).
I think over 9 million people
take about 40% of people from all nations, then add them together, then that is a rough estimate. take about 40% of people from all nations, then add them together, then that is a rough estimate.
There are over 11 million subscriptions to World of Warcraft at the moment.
Actually to date Blizzard just hit 12,000,000 (12 million) subscribers for World of Warcraft. The population keeps growing.
Yes that's from October 2010 (just to add a bit of context)
less than w101(w101 is not a glitch with my computer)
There are currently over 11 million subscribtions to World of Warcraft. This does not nesecarily mean that there are 11 million people playing as there are some people have multiple (in some cases 10-20) accounts and multibox them.
There are currently over 11 million subscriptions to World of Warcraft. This does not necessarily mean that there are 11 million people playing as there are some people have multiple (in some cases 10-20) accounts and multi-box them.
The figures published by Blizzard in May 2011 report that there are 11.4 million accounts active in World of Warcraft worldwide. This is a slight drop from the 12 million accounts reported before the release of the Cataclysm expansion.
Last i heard, World of Warcraft had something like 11 million subscribers world wide.
There are currently 10.2 million subscribers playing World of Warcraft. This was announced at the latest Blizzard sales call (May 9, 2012) between Blizzard and its stockholders.
Roughly 12 - 16 million people
The wow.exe file is located in the main wow directory at "C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft" (by default) on Windows vista and 7.
A lot its hard to calculate if you mean users and monsters/ quest people more than 3 million!=]
At present time there are no plans for users to eb the walrus-lie Tuskarr.
There are roughly 9-10 million active subscriptions for World of Warcraft.
Currently in Mists of Pandaria, the latest expansion to World of Warcraft, there are 90 levels.
Assuming every single subscriber in World Of Warcraft plays which is ten million subscribers, then it is assumed that there are ten million people playing world of Warcraft.
It is estimated that around 9500 people join World of Warcraft every day.
Ever since mid July-2011, the usage of World of Warcraft Trials has been discontinued and been replaced by the starter edition. This starter edition has a level 20 and 10 gold piece cap for users.
Normally World of Warcraft offers a ten day trial which requires you to create a Trial account and download the game client, both can be done from either WoW-Europe.com or WorldofWarcraft.com for US users.
There is no such thing as World of Warcraft: The Frozen Throne. It is called Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne. World of Warcraft is much different.
There are many forums available on the official World of Warcraft website. WoW also has many "fansites" that can be found on the official website: http://www.worldofwarcraft.com Here is another website: http://www.fanaticsofwow.webs.com