Here are all of the highlights from the BlizzConline Shadowlands Deep Dive panel.
Blizzard Entertainment celebrates their 30th anniversary this year, and while they can't pull out all the stops in the usual fashion, BlizzConline is coming on February 19, and there's a pretty sweet collection of rewards that you can buy for your in-game needs -- like a really badass Polar Bear mount.
With almost -- or perhaps only -- three weeks to go until BlizzConline, it's time to start thinking about all the wonderful news and previews we'll see at the (free!) online event.
Next month, we're getting BlizzConline, a completely virtual BlizzCon postponed from late last year due to the COVID pandemic.
Save your gold and your Arcane Dust: BlizzConline will be free to any and all viewers.
My wife's a software engineer, and was recently informed that a large number of speakers at an upcoming industry event had all cancelled due to the concerns over COVID-19 (aka "the coronavirus").
As we close out 2019, we look forward to 2020, where we're certain to learn more about Blizzard's plans for Overwatch 2.
It's weird how a new expansion announcement hits me -- every time, it feels like I've just let out a breath I've been holding.
Besides all the big announcements and mechanics deep dives, BlizzCon also features panels that are creative and fun to watch, but not necessarily important as far as big news goes.
I'm writing this from the Seattle Airport after having just spent a week in California.