You may well be right. I’m not claiming any special insight into what goes on at Blizzard HQ.
My question about a problem being addressed though was more from the point of view of Blizzard, and its stakeholders. If you were trying to convince someone to give you their money to pay for resources that would do something that ultimately would result in that money growing, what is the current problem that they should be putting money towards solving, and how will that money be spent in a way that increases its value over time?
And where is the data that suggests that is true?
That’s sort of the point I was getting at. If I say, “Hey, you know what would be cool? If Classic was more to my preference, because I don’t like something about it.” And better yet, I’ll add, “If Blizzard doesn’t do this stuff, they are really bad.” I can further add, “It’s obvious that things were like my preference, because I know it.”
But if I actually brought that argument to anyone else, they would probably see that it doesn’t particularly carry any weight.