Last year's BlizzCon Costume Contest was a doozy, and the winner has found her way into Azeroth.
It's been a busy year for Blizzard as they focused on expanding World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm.
Whether or not Blizzard will ever allow World of Warcraft players to increase the size of their basic backpack has been a lingering question for years -- almost as long as World of Warcraft itself has been existed.
At BlizzCon this year, we finally got something a lot of players have been asking for: zone scaling when leveling in older expansions.
We wrote up the Overwatch BlizzCon 2017 panel last week, but given the surplus of information to come out of it, you may have missed one of the most incredible bits.
During Blizzcon, the developers announced major changes to the way PVE and PVP servers work. While they spent an admittedly appreciate amount of time explaining exactly what the changes meant, our own Anna Bell found a way to sum it up nice and succinctly: "The rules are simple.
BlizzCon audiences had the unique pleasure of being in the enviable situation where they could pick what cards would be added to the Hearthstone Arena in a future update.
In the deluge of news from BlizzCon 2017, Overwatch got its fair share of announcements.
Whether you watched it on the Virtual Ticket or were there in person, this year's BlizzCon had a lot of surprises for everyone.
Two five-man instances from Battle for Azeroth were available on the show floor.