In today's Queue I'm going to deep dive into three questions that I think are interesting and I have some unique perspectives on.
The Overwatch Archives event, Storm Rising, is coming very soon -- and a clue about what might happen in it could have been in front of the game's players all along.
Blizzard has, of course, been up to their usual amazing self during this year's April Fools' Day activities. The community has gotten in on the fun, too. The highlights: World of Warcraft Patch 8.6.7 "DO NOT POST" Patch Notes. WoWHeaD has datamined Lightbound Undead Allied Race, Void-Touched Customizations, and Pepe Goggles. Blizzard Watch is now Mitch Watch (at least on Twitter, he's still working on his site logo). Chris Metzen is running for President.
MMO-Champion reports that as of today, the in-game shop now has a Toys category and three new items to purchase, after it was briefly put up and yanked down earlier this morning.
In an unsurprisingly Valve-like move, the company put out a weak statement against publishing Rape Day -- a game where you can rape women -- on Steam.
Jean-Baptise Augustin, as expected, is Overwatch's 30th hero -- and from the looks of it, he'll be a Support hero.
Senior Hearthstone Game Designer and Lead Balance Designer Dean Ayala asked a simple question on Twitter.
Hello Friends and Readers, Over the last few weeks we've been busy behind the scenes at Blizzard Watch, rolling out Off Topic posts and plotting away as we always do.
On January 25, 2004, a machine the size of a golf cart rolled onto the Martian soil and began transmitting information about the red planet.
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