Blizzard has sent out an interesting survey for their MMORPG World of Warcraft. The survey asks, among other things, whether players would be willing to spend money to get a level 90 character.
World of Warcraft’s upcoming expansion pack Warlords of Draenor will allow buyers to boost one character to level 90. That would allow players to dive right into Draenor’s new zones, filled with quests and dungeons that allow players to progress to level 100.
The survey, reported on by MMO Champion, suggests that the level 90 boost could be a standalone purchase as well. Presumably there would be no limit on how many times you could buy it. That means that a player with enough dedication and money could raise all of their characters up to level 90.
Selling level 90 characters would fit Blizzard’s mission to make the game more accessible. New players can currently advance a character up to level 20 without paying any money. The game’s Recruit-a-Friend feature allows players and the friends they invite to the game to level at a faster rate. The game may sell potions that boost experience point gains for cash in the future as well. Blizzard wants players to be maximum level as quickly as possible so that they can buy and play the new expansions that they release.