The Horadrim-- the order of mages dedicated to stopping demons from invading Sanctuary -- have many weapons to fight the forces of evil, but only one to stop them: the Soulstone.
It's time for another round of "who do we think the next hero to join Heroes of the Storm will be?" This is overdue if anything, especially if Blizzard is still hoping to hit the target of multiple new heroes added this year.
It's understandable if you sometimes find it hard to understand what the Great Evils of the Burning Hells are, and which demons are in that terrifying host, in the Diablo universe.
Multiple new heroes are coming to Heroes of the Storm this year — and snowstorms in the Nexus may be our first teaser
It's been a quiet start to the year for Heroes of the Storm.
In order to understand a game franchise, you have to understand where it started.
The smartest looking mount in the history of World of Warcraft has just shown up again in the files for patch 8.1 -- and it has a whole new look.
The lore of the Diablo franchise has gotten deeper and more involved with every new game, expanding from the small town of Tristram and the catacombs beneath the cathedral there to a globe-spanning adventure that led to Hell itself and finally in Diablo 3 we went to the Heavens and Pandemonium in turn. We've seen nightmarish monsters, Baal's army overwhelm the Barbarians and the destruction of the Worldstone, the siege of the Crystal Arch and the Nephalem stand triumphant against a former Archangel with the power of all seven Evils in its grasp.
To say Diablo fans are desperate for information on something -- anything -- new out of the franchise would be an understatement.
Last week we covered Diablo's plans for Khanduras and Tristram.