World of Warcraft Classic's latest specialized season of content, Season of Discovery, has officially arrived!
Diablo 4 is getting its first seasonal holiday with Midwinter Blight, and I think we can all agree that the game has been lacking a festive winter holiday, and also that any such holiday would have to be very heavily bedazzled with skulls.
Season of Discovery, World of Warcraft Classic's next specialized season of content, was announced at BlizzCon 2023 and is scheduled to release at 1PM pacific time on November 30.
One of the big reveals coming out of BlizzCon 2023 was the announcement of World of Warcraft Classic Season of Discovery, which launched globally at 1 PM pacific time on November 30.
BlizzCon 2023 just ended about a week ago, and as we're in the tail end of our hype for it, it's the perfect opportunity for another special edition of WRUP.
Glass Cannon Unplugged — primarily known for adapting game properties into board games like Apex Legends, Frostpunk, and Dying Light — is currently developing a Diablo board game and Diablo TTRPG.
I can't stop thinking about the Season of Discovery coming to WoW Classic and wondering how it would feel if we saw something similar for the modern game.
Leaderboards are coming to Diablo 4 in a system called the Gauntlet, a timed dungeon challenge that will launch with Season 3 in January.
During BlizzCon 2023, we learned about quite a few changes in Warcraft Classic. Aside from Classic realms moving from Wrath to Cataclysm, we have the Season of Discovery arriving soon, and Hardcore mode will have a new Solo Self Found mode, where you level 1-60 alone and can not craft items or trade until level 60.
In the Diablo 4 section of BlizzCon Opening Ceremonies, Production Directors Tiffany Wat and Chris Wilson announced five class-specific rings: Malignant Rings.