Blizzard, the developer of the massively multiplayer online game World of Warcraft among others, is probing gameers to see just how much they value some services and characters in the game with a new survey.

Currently World of Warcraft offers some incentives to get players to invest in year-long subscriptions but the main punch of the survey seems to be if players are interested in joining a new similar program. Other questions ask if the retail prices of the games latest expansion, Warlords of Draenor, is fairly priced.

There are still millions of players on World of Warcraft servers but it's halved in the last 10-years due mainly to a flooded market of free-to-play and other non-monthly subscription based online games.

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[Via Polygon]