Not every game has DLC, of course, but I think Diablo 3 did when it introduced the Necromancer class as a downloadable pack.
Blizzard wants to make sure you keep playing WoW, bribes you with a rad new mount — and, hey, why not buy Cap’n Crackers while you’re at it?
Blizzard just rolled out a couple of new store items fit for Pirate's Day -- a new mount and a new parrot pal.
The latest set of six Overwatch heroes from Funko Pop are available for pre-order on the Blizzard Gear Store, including Hanzo, Doomfist, Torbjorn, Orisa, Ana, and Genji. According to Blizzard, the figures are expected to ship before November 31, and if you're a avid Funko collector, you can have all six figures arrive in one box. Each figure is $10 and all sit at the same height except the Orisa figure which is six inches.
A while back, Wowhead noticed a "dog mount" in the World of Warcraft game files, but the specifics surrounding it were encrypted and left a mystery.
It looks like Blizzard wasn't quite done when they announced the rest of this year's in-game goodies.
If you saw the recently decrypted Twilight pet and Luminous Starseeker mounts and wondered what exactly it would take to earn this adorable pair, it turns out you won't have to wait any longer to find out.
Everyone's beloved StarCraft player turned Overwatch hero has now joined Tracer, Reaper, and Widowmaker in the ranks of "really awesome statue." She's also joined them in the ranks of "this is really expensive but super awesome." For $450, D.Va and her MEKA, too, can be yours.
If you have $70 simply laying around somewhere, Blizzard has put its latest piece of slick Overwatch merch up for pre-order: a Tracer Figma figurine.
Geeks wear their hearts on their sleeves and Blizzard Entertainment will gladly take their cold, hard cash to let them do it.
Diablo 3 will be three years old on May 15th, which means its time to celebrate — and a celebration, Diablo-style, means treasure goblins.