Blizzard has decided to not go forward with any of Heroes of the Storm's esports content for 2019.
Thanks to the Overwatch Archives panel at BlizzCon, I'm wondering if we're ever going to get Firestarter, Recluse, or McCloud.
Hey. I’m taking this week’s Wednesday Queue because I’m going in for eye stuff tomorrow and will likely be laid up for a few days after. Alex will likely be taking Friday.
Anyway, let’s do the Queue.
The next hero to hit the Nexus is an unorthodox one.
Earlier today the Heroes of the Storm team released a video showcasing the new upcoming Support hero, Lucio. Fan site HeroesHearth gave us a first look at not only his abilities, but the full set of his talents -- plus a cool talent build calculating tool.
As much as I love Sonya -- and I love Sonya a lot, she's my favorite, way cooler than Johanna -- I admit to being disappointed that we don't have a properly grizzled old war dog like the Diablo 3 male Barbarian to play in Heroes of the Storm.
Both Overwacth and Heroes of the Storm have variant skins for their heroes.
If, like me, you're a little sad that Varian Wrynn isn't around in World of Warcraft anymore, well, now you can catch up with the big lug.
In a surprising bit of late-night news, various websites are reporting that Blizzard has revealed via interviews the next two heroes set to come to Heroes of the Storm: Li-Ming the Wizard and Xul the Necromancer.
Looking for Overwatch heroes like Tracer and Winston to join your Heroes of the Storm brawls? It might happen, but not yet.