The much-anticipated Shadowlands livestream opened with displaying the physical Collector's Edition and, after Battle for Azeroth's disappointing collection, I have to say I'm tentatively impressed.
In the past, Blizzard has been slow to announce just how it will handle digital bonuses for the people who collect the physical Collector's Editions — but this year Blizzard let us know how it will handle Shadowlands' many editions in advance, which is a pleasant surprise. During Legion, people who bought the Collector's Edition of the game also had to order a digital copy to get pre-order bonuses, they could gift a copy of the digital game to friends when their Collector's Edition arrived.
Despite Overwatch 2 carrying the number of a sequel, a majority of the stuff included in it is available right now.
WoW is turning 15 this year, and for such a milestone event Blizzard is pulling out all the stops.
In a bit of a departure from previous expansions, World of Warcraft Shadowlands will offer one base game and two special editions with tiers of various digital goodies.
Warcraft 3: Reforged doesn't have a release date (though the beta is starting soon), but one thing we know for certain is that its collector's edition will come with lots of extra goodies — and not just for Warcraft 3 itself.
To celebrate 15 years of WoW, Blizzard announced the World of Warcraft 15th Anniversary Collector's Edition in May, which was a bit of a surprise.
WoW is turning 15 years old this November, and to celebrate they're not only holding an anniversary event in-game (with mount and pet rewards), but also offering a pretty fancy Anniversary Collector's Edition.
Diablo 3 launched in 2012.
Pre-orders went up on Tuesday for Battle for Azeroth, allowing everyone to get early access to the initial four Allied Races.