If you’re looking forward to seeing more heroes and characters introduced in Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm MOBA, you’ll be pleased to learn that the developer has recently announced a new character that will soon be finding his way into the game, and this comes in the form of Alexei Stukov, who might be familiar to those who played StarCraft 2.
Following the release of Overwatch’s Genji into Heroes of the Storm, it seems that Blizzard has decided that it is time to introduce yet another Overwatch character to the game in the form of D.Va. Now D.Va was announced previously but had yet to be added into the game’s character roster, at least until now.
With the launch of Heroes of the Storm 2.0, Blizzard added some Overwatch characters into the game, and also introduced what appeared to be skins that were available to gamers who played Heroes of the Storm. For gamers who play console games exclusively, this meant that they had no way of accessing those skins, and some console players have since voiced out their frustration.However the good news is that Overwatch’s […]
Back towards the end of March, Blizzard announced their plans to revamp their MOBA Heroes of the Storm in the form of version 2.0. The game will still play roughly the same, but Blizzard will be instituting some major changes under the hood that will hopefully result in a better overall experience.
There are several ways to permanently obtain a hero in Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm MOBA. You can win games and in-game currency which you can then use to purchase heroes. Alternatively you could just use real-life money which will probably be quicker, but definitely more expensive.
While being skilled at a game is certainly one way to win at a game, there are other aspects that can also contribute to your ability to win. For example being good at mind games is another way that you can psych your opponent out into making mistakes, which in turn could lead to your victory.
Blizzard’s answer to MOBAs like League of Legends and DotA 2 was officially launched in 2015 in the form of Heroes of the Storm. Now over the past couple of years, Blizzard has made various changes and balances to the game, but it looks like the time has come where Blizzard has felt that an overhaul is necessary, resulting in Heroes of the Storm 2.0.
Windows XP and Windows Vista are two of Microsoft’s older operating systems that are surprisingly still being used in some parts of the world. Now if for whatever reason you haven’t upgraded to at least Windows 8.1 yet, you might be interested to learn that Blizzard has announced on its forums that they’ll no longer be supporting these older platforms.
When Overwatch was announced, many gamers were curious as to whether or not Blizzard would be adding characters from the game into their MOBA Heroes of the Storm, in which Blizzard confirmed that they would. Given that Heroes of the Storm is basically comprised of characters across Blizzard’s games, we guess it was a given.
Blizzard today confirmed that the Heroes of the Dorm eSport tournament is going to be a Facebook Live exclusive. The tournament is going to be broadcast live on Facebook’s platform. Heroes of the Dorm is based on Blizzard’s popular Heroes of the Storm game. It’s a unique tournament in which college teams from the United States and Canada compete for a chance to win free tuition at their university.
If Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm is still your jam, you’ll be pleased to learn that Blizzard has announced that they will be adding a new hero to the game in the near future in the form of Valeera from the Warcraft franchise, which you can see for yourself in action in the video above uploaded onto YouTube.
Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm is meant to be the company’s answer to Valve’s DotA and Riot’s League of Legends. However if there is one aspect of the game which could be holding back more players from adopting it, it would be the fact that Blizzard is charging quite a high price to unlock its heroes.
While RPGs have been around way before computer games existed, it’s safe to say that with the introduction of Diablo, Blizzard pretty much changed the landscape of the action-RPG scene. For those who were too young to have played the original Diablo, you might be interested to learn that the franchise is now 20 years old.
If Overwatch isn’t your kind of MOBA and Heroes of the Storm is more your style, you’ll be pleased to learn that despite the success of Overwatch, Blizzard isn’t neglecting Heroes of the Storm. In fact in a recent Facebook Live video, Blizzard announced a new hero that they will be adding into the game in the form of Warcraft’s Zul’jin.