Blizzard is already running damage control on Diablo hype, so we probably shouldn’t expect Diablo 4 at BlizzCon
Do you remember a couple weeks back, when Blizzard released a video specifically designed to drive up hype for their upcoming Diablo projects?
BlizzCon 2018 begins in a little over two weeks and I just had my first panic attack.
Yesterday, we were treated to the official reveal of BlizzCon 2018's full schedule.
Game Director Ion Hazzikostas and Executive Produce J. Allen Brack dropped a surprise BlizzCon 2018 announcement today: The World of Warcraft Classic demo will not only be playable at the con’s demo stations, but Virtual Ticket holders will be able to play at home at the same time!
If you're paying attention to the rumors of Diablo series in the works at Netflix, this article from PCGamesN might pique your interest.
With the announcement of patch 8.1: Tides of Vengeance, WoW players just got a deluge of information in regards to upcoming content.
Sure, Demon Hunter Sombra is the first BlizzCon Virtual Ticket reward — but we just want to know if it’s a Diablo 4 hint
Overwatch's notorious hacker has a brand new Diablo-themed skin, and you can use it right now if you purchase a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket.
With BlizzCon 2018 just around the corner, one question has been on everyone's minds: What's in the goody bag?
The stage, the players, and the jerseys are ready.
With BlizzCon coming up, I have two very contrary ideas in mind.