Destiny 2 Will Still Continue To Be Support By Blizzard’s Battle.net

When Destiny 2 was announced, it was also revealed that the game would be available via the Battle.net Launcher, which is Blizzard’s launcher for their own games like World of Warcraft, StarCraft, Diablo, Hearthstone, Overwatch, and so on. This is due to the fact that Destiny was published by Activision who they share the same parent company with.


Diablo 3’s ‘Darkening Of Tristram’ Event Is Back

For the past couple of years, Blizzard has been running an annual event within Diablo 3 known as the “Darkening of Tristram”. Basically this will take players back to Tristram, the town that was in the original Diablo, and let them play through some of the levels, collect gear, and what not. Basically it helps to switch things up in the game which can admittedly get a bit repetitive.


Blizzard Launches Discipline Tracker For Overwatch League

From time to time we hear about how some professional gamers exhibit some unprofessional behavior. This sometimes results in sanctions and punishments, and it looks like Blizzard is looking to keep a public record of such incidents and has launched what they’re calling the Discipline Tracker for the Overwatch League.


Blizzard To Retire Some World Of Warcraft Shop Mounts, Offers $50 Bundle

Blizzard has an online store in which gamers can buy select World of Warcraft mounts for real-life money. The shop also sells a variety of in-game cosmetics. However it seems that Blizzard has decided to retire some of the mounts and items and pets from that online store, and will be selling them off in a $50 bundle.


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Blizzard Scales Back Development On ‘Heroes Of The Storm’

Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm was the company’s way of taking on popular MOBAs such as Valve’s Dota 2 and Riot’s League of Legends. In fact Blizzard sort of had an advantage in which the characters in Heroes of the Storm are all taken from their various franchises, meaning that players already knew the characters before going into the game.


Overwatch Has A New Game Mode In The Works

We reckon that Blizzard has actually done a pretty good job of keeping Overwatch update in terms of content. They have introduced a bunch of new heroes, new maps, and also kept players entertained with seasonal events that are held throughout the year, such as the recent Winter Wonderland event which has just kicked off.


World Of Warcraft: Tides Of Vengeance Patch Is Now Live

As expected when Blizzard released the World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth expansion, players were quick to complete the initial round of endgame content that  Blizzard had initially made available. Also as expected, many players had gripes about the initial release of the game which Blizzard planned to fix in an upcoming patch.


Overwatch’s Winter Wonderland Kicks Off December 11

Blizzard loves celebrating the various seasonal holidays that take place throughout the year. We usually see this happen in World of Warcraft, where Blizzard has been known to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Christmas, the Lunar New Year, Halloween, and so on. Blizzard has since brought that tradition over to Overwatch.


Blizzard To Reveal Multiple Diablo Projects Over The Next Year

It is safe to say that when Blizzard officially announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile version of its action RPG, that they did not anticipate that it would receive the amount of backlash it did. Blizzard has since reassured gamers that they still had multiple Diablo projects in the works, and the good news is that we might learn more about it in 2019.


Warcraft Mobile Game May Take Inspiration From Pokemon Go

Blizzard has taken a lot of flak for Diablo Immortal but that’s not going to force it to put other mobile projects on the back burner. A new report suggests that Blizzard is already working on a Warcraft mobile game. The title will reportedly take inspiration from Niantic’s augmented reality hit Pokemon Go.


Jeff Kaplan Teases ‘Big Dreams’ For Overwatch’s Future

At the moment Blizzard’s Overwatch has settled into a very nice rhythm, where the game is enjoyed competitively and with Blizzard constantly releasing new heroes and new animated shorts. However is that all that Blizzard has planned for their latest franchise? According to the game’s director, Jeff Kaplan, they have very big dreams for its future.


Overwatch Will Be Free To Play November 20-26

There have been some who are wondering if Blizzard could eventually make Overwatch a free-to-play game. As it stands, the game requires gamers to actually purchase the game before playing as there is no free trial period or a starter edition like World of Warcraft, but Blizzard did state that that’s what their free weekend events are for.


New Overwatch Hero ‘Ashe’ Now Available In Game

During BlizzCon 2018, Blizzard introduced a new hero to Overwatch in the form of Ashe who seems to come from the same background as McCree. Ashe is an interesting character as one of her abilities is to summon Bob, her robotic butler, to her side to aid her in battle. For those interested in the character, you’ll be pleased to learn that Ashe is now playable in the game.


Diablo Immortal’s Trailer Has The Third Highest YouTube Dislike Percentage

The idea of being able to play a game like Diablo on your phone sounds like an excellent idea on paper, but yet following the official announcement of Diablo Immortal, Blizzard was hit with a ton of backlash from fans who felt “cheated” that the company chose to announce a mobile game instead of Diablo 4.