Most of the team at Blizzard are burning the midnight oil to get everything done on time for BlizzCon 2017.
It's new hero time in Heroes of the Storm, as Stukov is now live in game.
While not quite as exciting as the release of a new hero or the announcement of one -- cough please be Kel'thuzad cough-- a patch hit Heroes of the Storm servers today and brought with it a few balance changes.
When the Heroes of the Storm servers come back up today, it will be with a brand new patch and a brand new hero.
When Heroes of the Storm comes back online after today's maintenance, it will be with a new patch and and a substantial set of patch notes.
Notes for the latest Heroes of the Storm patch have just been released, including information on the latest hero to join the lineup, Rexxar.
There are many new changes coming to Heroes of the Storm today, centered around the Eternal Conflict between High Heaven and the Burning Hells in the Diablo Universe.
There are a lot of fixes and hero adjustments in today's Heroes of the Storm closed beta patch. The lead story here, as it always is when he's involved, is that Kael'thas Sunstrider will be available to play when the servers come up.
There are a number of new changes in the current closed beta patch to Heroes of the Storm. The most notable additions today are the Sylvanas Hero, the Spider Queen map and Team League, a new style of ranked play.
A new patch was announced today for Heroes Of The Storm closed beta. Most notably, the Lost Vikings Hero is now available to play. Erik, Olaf & Baleog all have unique moves, independent respawn timers, and can move on their own. Olaf is a bit of a tank with a bit of healing up his sleeve. Erik deals ranged damage and moves faster than the others. Baleog has an AOE. It's going to be a lot of fun to see exactly how this new, unique Hero plays.