Something strange is going on with the 7.3.5 PTR patch.
It's been a busy year for Blizzard as they focused on expanding World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm.
This weekend I was combing through every post Blizzard Watch published in 2017 (yes, Virginia, every one) to write a month-by-month overview of all six Blizzard games.
November 28th has been confirmed as the release date for the Normal and Heroic modes for next Legion raid, Antorus, The Burning Throne.
Blizzard is wasting no time in rolling out its latest hero announced on Friday at BlizzCon to the Heroes of the Storm PTR.
Blizzard Watch sat down with Hearthstone Game Director Ben Brode and Senior Producer Eric Del Priore for a cozy fireside chat about the game's just announced Dungeons & Dragons-inspired expansion, Kobolds and Catacombs and other upcoming improvements to the game.
Though there were no special Diablo announcements at BlizzCon 2017, there was a little something on the floor for fans of the franchise.
Blizzard Watch had a chance to sit down with Steve Burke, Senior Game Designer on World of Warcraft at BlizzCon 2017.
Mitch and I had the good luck of being among the first people at BlizzCon to get into the WoW demo area after the Opening Ceremonies when Battle for Azeroth was announced.
I had a chance to sit down at the demo stations here at BlizzCon to get my hands on the newly announced champions for Heroes of the Storm, Alexstrasza a ranged support and Hanzo a ranged assassin.