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.
There's a lot of excitement for the forthcoming Diablo 2: Resurrected, a complete remaster of the classic game for PCs and consoles by Vicarious Visions.
There was no BlizzCon in 2020 due to the pandemic, but BlizzConline earlier this year was a sort of replacement for it.
We've been eagerly awaiting more information about PVP in Diablo 4 ever since it was announced at last year's BlizzCon.
Tucked in right after the BlizzConline opening ceremonies was this amazing little video by Carbot Animations that celebrated Blizzard's 30th anniversary.
Class quests are coming to Diablo 4... at least for the recently-revealed Rogue class.
Before I saw the Diablo 4: What's Next? video during BlizzConline, I was of the opinion -- based on what was said at BlizzCon 2019 -- that we would be getting five playable classes for Diablo 4 in total.
Here's a riddle for you -- How do you fill up the cavernous space of the Anaheim Convention Center with the sound of boisterous laughter?
BlizzConline was not exactly like your usual BlizzCon, but despite being a completely online event with no audience presence, it was still chock-full of juicy new information for most major Blizzard franchises -- and even some unexpected minor ones.
A brand new Hearthstone mode means lots of new art to enjoy.