Cataclysm sunders 3.3 million in 1 day

  • World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade set PC sales records upon its release in January 2007, selling 2.4 million  units worldwide within one day. In November 2008, Blizzard Entertainment trumped a high-water mark, when Wrath  in the Lich King sold 2.8 million units in one day.    
    Deathwing's opposition stands at over 3.3 million.     
    With the next expansion to Buy Warmane Gold its 12-million-subscriber-strong massively multiplayer online role-playing game on store  shelves the other day, Blizzard has confirmed how the streak has continued. Today, the Activision sister company  announced that World of Warcraft: Cataclysm sold in excess of 3.3 million units worldwide through both retail and digital  channels within 1 day of release. Blizzard notes that it sales pace earns Cataclysm the title of "fastest-selling  PC game of record."    
    The third expansion to 2004's top-rated MMORPG, Cataclysm adds quite a few new features on the  title. Chief one of many changes would be the total overhaul from the in-game environment. Azeroth may be ravaged, and popular  locales happen to be drastically altered, making that old new again. The expansion also ups the exact level cap to 85 and adds  two new races towards the title: goblins and worgen.     
    This year continues to be a strong one for Blizzard. In July, the Irvine,  California-based studio released Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty, the primary installment within a trilogy of releases for  its sci-fi real-time strategy franchise. The game achieved sales of just one.5 million within 48 hrs of release, eventually  selling 3 million units worldwide in the end of September.     
    Blizzard hasn't yet begun discussing the next  expansion to World of Warcraft, even though it believes that add-ons for the MMORPG could continue "as long because Internet  increased." However, in accordance with what proposes to be a leaked release calendar, Blizzard intentions to launch Cataclysm's  follow-up over the April-June quarter in 2012.    Cataclysm happens to be available from the United States, Canada,  Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Europe, Russia, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and Korea, and also the regions of  Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. For more information, have a look at GameSpot's previous coverage of World of Warcraft:  Cataclysm. Furthermore, if you would like to buy Warmane Gold, visit the site