The question is simple: is Blizzard going to reveal Diablo 4 this BlizzCon?
Blizzard’s previously staff-only LGBTQ pin now available to all, with proceeds benefiting The Trevor Project
During last BlizzCon's opening ceremony, despite uploading screenshots every couple seconds like my hair was on fire, a particular pin worn by several of the executives gave me pause.
I will be up front -- I am an old curmudgeon and I hate change and newfangled things, even as I am also violently opposed to nostalgia and the idea that change is bad and we should keep the old ways.
This year's BlizzCon 2019 ticket sales are coming really, really soon, so you'll need to be ready to grab some before they sell out.
In 2017, Blizzard did a really big Gamescom reveal, with Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, and World of Warcraft all seeing fairly large announcements, as well as Overwatch dropping the Mei short video for folks.
Now that BlizzCon dates have been posted, it's time to speculate on what we might see announced.
Blizzard's doing it again -- BlizzCon returns to the Anaheim Convention Center this November 1 and 2 and this time it will feature a few small changes, including a whole new pass.
Update: The BlizzCon team published their official announcement a few minutes after we originally published this.
I often don't feel very included in the games I love, because I'm bisexual and that's often treated like a fantasy -- except it's very rarely actually depicted in our fantasy.
Warcraft 3: Reforged developers talked to us about The Culling and how WoW affected the remaster process
During BlizzCon 2018, Dan O'Halloran and I had the opportunity to sit down and talk Warcraft 3: Reforged with Systems Game Designer Michael "Skip" Scipione and Production Director Tim Morten.