The world of Sanctuary is known for many things -- dead that won't stay dead, deities you can know personally and who are offended by your existence, trans-dimensional goblins who have all the best gear -- but one thing that seems to be missing is cuisine.
During BlizzCon 2023, we learned about quite a few changes in Warcraft Classic. Aside from Classic realms moving from Wrath to Cataclysm, we have the Season of Discovery arriving soon, and Hardcore mode will have a new Solo Self Found mode, where you level 1-60 alone and can not craft items or trade until level 60.
Day two of BlizzCon 2023 achieved something that was quite unexpected: it was more.
This year, we were told of a new type of BlizzCon.
Today was the unofficial start to BlizzCon, when we are able to enter the grounds proper and have a limited look around.
Blizzard has stated that this years BlizzCon will be a much more intimate affair, offering up experiences such as meeting your favorite streamers or having Lilith etched forever onto your skin.
Warcaft Rumble is coming out on November 3, but while the game is still a month away from your phone, it has already hit the World of Warcraft with a new promotion that lets you collect Rumble-themed toys.
The long awaited launch of Baldur's Gate 3 is rapidly approaching, with a worldwide PC release this week on Thursday, August 3 at 8am pacific (check the image below for your time zone).
The world of Sanctuary may not be overly hospitable, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the launch of Diablo 4 — or the upcoming Server Slam— without a few libations.
Diablo 4 is the franchise’s most alt-friendly game yet, so your second (and third, and fourth) characters will be easier to level
Diablo's world of Sanctuary is a grim, unfriendly place full of wolves (also werewolves), demons, cultists, undead and the occasional blizzard to watch out for.