We're in a weird place with BlizzCon 2020, if for no other reason than that we're already past the point when BlizzCon is usually announced.
Big conventions are either delaying, canceling, or going fully online -- conventions like PaizoCon and the recently announced Homecon being fully online affairs now.
BlizzCon -- Blizzard's annual celebration of its games and community of players -- is still up in the air this year, according to a recent blog post from the event's executive producer.
BlizzCon 2020 has happened around the usual time it has for the past several years.
My wife's a software engineer, and was recently informed that a large number of speakers at an upcoming industry event had all cancelled due to the concerns over COVID-19 (aka "the coronavirus").
As the sun set on Legion and the community looked to Battle of Azeroth, the developers acknowledged a problem with the raiding populations in each faction.
Update: Battlegrounds just moved into Open Beta!
Diablo 4 paints the world of Sanctuary in shadows and hellfire, and yet the game is still strangely beautiful.
I got to play Shadowlands at BlizzCon 2019, and I have opinions.
There was a lot at this year's BlizzCon -- World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, Diablo 4, Overwatch 2, and both a new expansion and a new mode for Hearthstone, plus playable demos for Warcraft 3 Reforged and Diablo Immortal were on hand.