Heroes Of The Storm
Heroes of the Storm had no world-shattering announcements during this year's BlizzCon opening ceremonies, given they announced the addition of Deathwing as a playable hero late last month.
In case you hadn't noticed, we're fast approaching the 15th anniversary of World of Warcraft.
After a tumultuous year that's seen Heroes of the Storm lose its official support as an esport, key personnel departures, and a noticeable slowdown in hero additions, the Heroes team has apparently decided to break the glass that says "IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, UNLEASH HELL." Deathwing has long been requested -- if not outright predicted -- as a hero to add to the game, as he is one of World of Warcraft's key franchise villains.
With BlizzCon on the horizon, we're definitely getting close to another character joining the lineup in Heroes of the Storm.
What has defined Blizzard over the years for me are two things: polish and passion.
The Scarlet Heist event is here in Heroes of the Storm.
In a Heroes of the Storm Reddit AMA in May, Production Director Kaeo Milker made the current state of the game's development sound tough: "Part of our journey right now is figuring out the balance between what the team wants to do, and what the team can do." With Blizzard announcing that it would shift developers away from the game, it apparently left the team starved of resources for the things they wanted to make.
It's been a little while since Qhira exploded into Heroes of the Storm.
Like Orphea before her, Qhira is the newest character coming to the Heroes of the Storm roster who only exists within Heroes of the Storm.