Coming out of approximately nowhere, Overwatch lead writer -- and Zork enthusiast -- Michael Chu decided to drop a new short story.
So maybe Diablo 4's big announcement has captured your interest in the Diablo series.
Rio de Janeiro and Toronto are new maps in Overwatch 2, but there may be some unannounced maps in the gameplay trailer too
Overwatch 2 promises a lot of things, but top of the list for some players will be the new locations we'll go to on new, exciting maps.
One title conspicuously absent from this year's opening ceremonies, and indeed from the entire BlizzCon schedule, was Diablo Immortal. Announced as the key new product at BlizzCon 2018, the mobile title attracted a broadly negative reaction from a community that had been first told to get hype but then promptly to rein it in.
A question at the WoW Q&A panel made the case for why loosening the faction restrictions of World of Warcraft would be nice (i.e.
Watch artists at BlizzCon developing models, animations, and special effects for Overwatch on the floor at BlizzCon.
One of the last-minute reveals for BlizzCon Virtual Ticket holders and con-goers is a cosmetic reward in Diablo 3.
The Overwatch 2 announcement cinematic, Zero Hour crystallizes the new narrative of the Overwatch storyline going forward: namely, when faced against the overwhelming threat of an omnic invasion force, Winston jumps into the fight with only Tracer and Mei by his side.
After a quiet year since the game's announcement (but also a few weeks of some very conspicuous data updates and beta rumors), there's some news for Warcraft 3: Reforged.
After a tumultuous year that's seen Heroes of the Storm lose its official support as an esport, key personnel departures, and a noticeable slowdown in hero additions, the Heroes team has apparently decided to break the glass that says "IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, UNLEASH HELL." Deathwing has long been requested -- if not outright predicted -- as a hero to add to the game, as he is one of World of Warcraft's key franchise villains.