Chris Metzen is coming back to Warcraft after retiring from Blizzard in 2016.
Chris Metzen’s Auroboros D&D setting raised nearly a half million dollars on day one of its Kickstarter
Kickstarter has become one of the biggest ways to promote self-pub or small publisher TTRPG projects, and the latest project from Chris Metzen's Warchief Gaming has proved the power of an established creator with a fanbase, because Auroboros: Coils of the Serpent has been out for almost a day and it's made almost $550k US as of this writing -- solidly eleven times its funding goal of $50,000.
I can't pretend I'm surprised that Chris Metzen's Warchief Gaming announced today that they're making a campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons' 5e ruleset.
Breaking what has been an incredibly long silence on non-game material, the Overwatch team, along with long-time allies Dark Horse comics, have unleashed a new limited comic series featuring series cover girl Tracer.
If you don't know what The Dragon Prince is, here's a quick primer.
Q&As tend to be a little bit dry for the most part but there was a big surprise at the WoW Q&A at BlizzCon 2018 -- for all involved -- when beloved former World of Warcraft Senior Vice President Chris Metzen showed up to ask a question.
Chris Metzen, who needs no introduction, recently sat down for a chat with Scott Johnson, podcaster for The Instance.
The third installment in the World of Warcraft: Chronicle series has arrived, and it’s a doozy.
Chris Metzen finally gets to enjoy World of Warcraft as a free man.
When the first volume of Blizzard's World of Warcraft: Chronicle series hit the shelves last year, it managed to clarify thousands of years of not just Azeroth's history, but the entire Warcraft universe.