Ready or not, it's nearly time to head to Zaralek Cavern in Dragonflight patch 10.1: Embers of Neltharion.
Four days ago, the Overwatch team unveiled the cinematic for their newest character, Kiriko.
Ok, I know we talked about it last year but with the imminent arrival of Wrath Classic and the recent discussion of the Wrathgate cinematic from Blizzard, I think it's worth revisiting underrated cinematics.
I'm generally pretty down for storylines in my games that swing the focus as wide and cinematic as it can get. Legion, for example, was a story I really enjoyed -- the invasion of Azeroth by a vast, world-spanning host of demons which led to a showdown on a planet seething with fel corruption between a Pantheon of beings on the scale of gods and their fallen former champion, who sought to potentially destroy our whole world.
Spoiler warning: While the post itself is vague, be aware comments may contain spoilers for the Shadowlands epilogue cinematics.
One of the most dramatic updates in Diablo 2: Resurrected is remastered versions of the game's cinematics, which follow the originals frame for frame, but in high resolution that brings out details you never noticed before.
We can now safely say that the events that will launch the next World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands, have been kicked off.
First up, this post contains spoilers for the end of the patch 8.3 storyline and Battle for Azeroth as a whole.
The internet is full of theories about the identity of the pale man who summoned Lilith in the Diablo 4 BlizzCon trailer.
With the Eternal Palace open, the Queen Azshara fight and new cinematic gives us a glimpse of our future
If you need a spoiler warning, consider this entire post to be nothing but spoilers.