Microtransactions have become a very common feature in games these days, and it looks like Blizzard’s upcoming Diablo 4 will not be an exception. During BlizzCon 2019, Twitch streamer Quin69 spoke with the game’s lead designer Joe Shely in which it was revealed that the game will have microtransactions that gamers can look forward to.
When Diablo 4 was announced, it was announced for multiple platforms such as the PC, Xbox One, and the PS4. However, given the current state of Diablo 3 for the console, it was assumed that multiplayer would be separated based on platform, but the good news is that Blizzard is hoping to overcome this.
There were rumors that come BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard would finally take the wraps off Diablo IV, a game that many thought would be announced last year but was not. Sure enough, the rumors were true because Diablo IV has since been officially announced at the developer’s annual gaming event.
Ahead of BlizzCon 2019, there was a leak suggesting that Blizzard would be announcing a new World of Warcraft expansion, one that could possibly take players back to Icecrown and maybe encounter the Lich King again. It turns out that the rumors were sort of right as Blizzard has since taken the wraps off the Shadowlands expansion.
Overwatch was first released back in 2016 and was Blizzard’s first new IP in a very long time. It looks like Blizzard is definitely not wasting anytime because at BlizzCon 2019, about 3 years after the launch of the first Overwatch game, the developer has announced its sequel in the form of Overwatch 2.
According to mounting evidence, it has been suggested that come BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard will finally be taking the wraps off Diablo IV. The game has been a long time coming considering that Blizzard hasn’t really done much with the franchise in recent years, and following last year’s debacle, we’re sure that many players would be upset if Blizzard were to pull another fast one.
When Blizzard debuted Overwatch, they made a huge showing of it with a very impressive cinematic trailer, where it attempted to provide some backstory on the world of Overwatch and its characters. Over time, as more characters were added to the game, Blizzard also attempted to give each of them a backstory through animated shorts and comics.
Back in 2017, a Goldman Sachs analyst predicted that Blizzard could be launching Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 in 2020. It’s starting to feel like those predictions could be coming true. This is because according to a tweet by streamer Metro, who has in the past been pretty accurate with their leaks, Blizzard could announce the game this year at BlizzCon which means there is a good chance it could […]
BlizzCon is kicking off in November and according to recent speculation, it seems that there is a good chance that Blizzard could be announcing Diablo 4. Whether or not the rumors are true remains to be seen, but it should be pointed out that last year, there were similar rumors only for Blizzard to quash them later.
As you might have heard, Blizzard has come under massive fire recently for their decision to suspend a Hearthstone professional player for a year. This was because the player, Ng Wai Chung, also known as blitzchung, decided to show his support for the Hong Kong protests during his post-game interview.
BlizzCon 2019 will be taking place next month and it is Blizzard’s biggest event of the year. Given that Blizzard typically avoids events like E3, this usually means that BlizzCon will see the company announce new games and expansions and reveal things that they are working on, and it seems that there could be a chance that Diablo 4 might be announced this year.
Just like most video games, the Nintendo Switch supports both physical and digital copies of games. This means that gamers who prefer using cartridges have the option to buy it, while those who prefer digital copies can buy and download them online, so it’s not surprising that Blizzard’s Overwatch for the Switch also comes in physical form.
As some of you might have heard, Blizzard is currently facing a ton of heat after banning a Hearthstone professional player, Ng Wai Chung “blitzchung” from competing and taking away his winnings. This was following Ng’s win in which during the interview, he expressed his support for the Hong Kong protestors.
During the early days of video games, how players could regain health and mana were through simple items like health and mana potions, or in cases, picking up medikits littered through the game’s stage. However, we’ve started to see more effort put into the consumables in video games, where in some games, players will need to complete quests and hunt for ingredients to make certain dishes.