Blizzard Watch Week in Review: Who’s BlizzCon bound?
Welcome to the weekend, Blizzard Watchers! Before you dive into a (hopefully) leisurely couple of days, let’s take a look back on the week that was.
- We finally have a release date for Diablo 3’s Necromancer DLC. You’ll be able to play the Necromancer this coming Tuesday for just $15.
- The big news of the week is that more BlizzCon tickets will be released on July 5th. It’s the first time Blizzard has ever done something like this and it gives any BlizzCon hopefuls one more chance to get in on the game.
Everything you need to know about lore
- What would Azeroth be without Tyr? We consider the legacy of Tyr, mightiest of the Titan Forged
- We take a closer look into the twisting timelines of Chronormu.
- Anne talks about just how to get your roleplaying group moving. (Spoiler: it’s kind of like herding cats.)
World of Warcraft
- With the release of the Tomb of Sargeras last week, you can now upgrade your Legendaries. Here’s how.
- And speaking of the Tomb, we have everything you need to know about the game’s latest raid.
- Spoilers ahoy! You can find out what’s next for World of Warcraft in the final Tomb of Sargeras cinematic. (But, seriously, don’t click if you don’t want spoilers.)
- In this week’s Officers’ Quarters, Scott talks about Legion’s problem with raider shaming.
- Overwatch’s Horizon Lunar Colony map is now live! Check out our first impressions.
- Improvements to Highlights and Loot Boxes are coming to Overwatch — and they’re already live on the PTR.
- Symmetra arm-wrestling Thor is the best thing we’ve seen on the internet this week. Possibly this month. Maybe this year.
- Overwatch as a turn-based RPG? Why not!
- Starting next expansion, you’ll never get duplicate Legendaries in Hearthstone.
- In addition to the Necromancer, Diablo 3 is getting three new zones in patch 2.6.0.
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