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We have talked about the topic of a Diablo series of some kind making its way to Netflix or another streaming service before.
Blizzard will once again be at San Diego Comic-Con, which runs this week from Thursday July 20 to Sunday July 23.
The highly-anticipated Warcraft movie trailer seems likely to be revealed to the world at San Diego Comic-Con on July 11, according to a report from EW.
How and when do you think the next WoW expansion will be announced now that BlizzConline 2022 is canceled?
We're officially not going to have any sort of BlizzCon next year, neither an in-person one nor an online one.
Big conventions are either delaying, canceling, or going fully online -- conventions like PaizoCon and the recently announced Homecon being fully online affairs now.
We’ve been wondering when we’d find out about the fate of BlizzCon 2020: Now Blizzard has announced the con is canceled
Update: Blizzard has officially announced that BlizzCon 2020 is canceled, though we may see a virtual event of some kind early next year.
If there's one thing the developers at Blizzard have in common, it's a love of terrible puns.
In July, those lucky few that attended the Warcraft panel at San Diego Comic Con got to see the full trailer for the movie while the rest of us were left with second hand descriptions.
We covered Blizzard's SDCC exclusives, but now that their panel at the con is over (though the Warcraft movie panel is yet to come), what did we learn?
As soon as Hellfire Citadel and patch 6.2 hit the servers -- and maybe even a little before -- people started talking about what the next WoW expansion is going to be.