BlizzCon 2023 is less than three months away and the hype is starting to build.
BlizzCon is returning in 2023 on November 3-4, and BlizzCon 2023 ticket sales are starting very soon!
The announcement of in-person BlizzCon brought excitement to fans across the globe, but as the initial exhilaration faded, a question surfaced: how much is this going to cost us?
After a long interruption due to Covid-19, an in-person BlizzCon is returning to the Anaheim Convention Center on November 3 and 4 this year, but to attend, first you need to buy a ticket.
BlizzCon will be running from November 3 - 4, 2023 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Last week the Hearthstone team had a cosplay contest that was a lot of fun with some worthy winners, but what I found interesting was how much it made people miss BlizzCon.
Blizzard is planning an in-person BlizzCon in 2023 according to interview with Blizzard President Mike Ybarra
After COVID-19 led to the cancellation of BlizzCon the last few years and BlizzConline '22 was cancelled in the wake of the DFEH lawsuit, there were some real concerns that an in-person BlizzCon would never happen again (a concern not alleviated by the Microsoft intent to purchase).
Like WoW Classic, Burning Crusade Classic starts at a late patch (2.4.3) but game content will roll out over the course of five phases, as well as a prepatch interval I'm terming "phase zero." It mimics the original game release to an extent, but there will be some items whose availability will be unlocked as well over the course of the phases, which we've noted below.
Blizzard had previously said there would be a second online-only version of BlizzCon in early 2022, but now it's putting a hold on the event.
Tazavesh, the patch 9.1 mega-dungeon, has an Infinite pirate dragon. But what is an Infinite pirate dragon?!
In Shadowlands patch 9.1 there are new zones, a new 10-boss raid to fight through, and a new mega-dungeon for players to delve through for juicy Broker-related loot.