Activision Blizzard's latest earnings call posited good news for World of Warcraft: the third quarter of the year saw the largest quarterly subscription increase in the franchise's history.
To me a loading screen in Diablo games is a chance to take a breath -- a break from the tension of surviving in the game's hellscapes to gather myself and get ready for the next challenge.
Well, I assume Irvine found my blood sweet -- it was sure thirsty enough to get some.
Update: This story has been updated to include Blizzard's follow-up statement on the event, as well as analysis on how it fits in with the ongoing story.
The folks at Wowhead have been doing their datamining magic on the patch 8.3 PTR, and some things they've found may not be intended to go live for patch 8.3 at all.
The Blizzard Gear Store quietly made a big change.
If you don't know what The Dragon Prince is, here's a quick primer.
Patch 8.3: Visions of N’Zoth introduces Ny’alotha, brings on Old God assaults, and… restores the Vale of Eternal Blossoms?!
Let's just lay it out on the table: if you don't want spoilers for patch 8.2.5, the War Campaign, or the big cinematics that bring the story to its conclusion than this post is one you should not read.
The War Campaign is officially ending in patch 8.2.5 — but what does that mean for patch 8.3 and the end of Battle for Azeroth?
For those of us who are focused on Battle for Azeroth there's been a bit of a lull in terms of news about the game, with an understandable focus on WoW Classic.