Blizzard Watch Podcast
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez discuss more of their impressions of the BlizzConline 2021 announcements.
In this special edition of the Blizzard Watch Podcast, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez are joined by site staff Cory, Ted, Liz Patt, and Liz Harper to talk about their impressions of the just finished BlizzConline 2021.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore patch 9.0.5 currently on the PTR, what BlizzConline panels they are looking forward to, and how they think loot can be improved in WoW Shadowlands.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez discuss the announcements from Blizzard earnings call, what other mobile games could Blizzard be working on, and if the long-awaited WoW Classic Burning Crusade expansion will be announced at next week's BlizzConline.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez discuss what announcements they want and don't want from BlizzConline 2021, how the game could create better customizations for each spec, and are we seeing the end of the storylines created by the team led by Chris Metzen in Warcraft 3?
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the Blizzard acquisition of the Vicarious Visions game studio, the possible role of the Nephalem in Diablo 4, and which WoW expansion didn't succeed, but didn't fail.
This week on the Blizzard Watch Podcast, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez discuss what announcements they expect to see at next month's BlizzConline 2021, if skipping the leveling campaign in WoW Shadowlands for an alt is worth it, and what to do with all of those Blizzard CDs, figurines, and books piling up at home.
This week Matt Rossi and Joe Perez talk about the new Twisting Corridors wing of Torghast, the Overwatch Kanezaka Challenge, and which Blizzard game experience that hooked them.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the problems with World Quest gear scaling in the Shadowlands, the Diablo 3 anniversary event, and how different versions of Azeroth heroes can exist together.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez celebrate the 300th episode of the podcast with a special guest appearance by site alumni Mat McCurley.