Looking for Overwatch heroes like Tracer and Winston to join your Heroes of the Storm brawls? It might happen, but not yet.
With this week's Heroes announcements, we're seeing Kael'Thas from Warcraft and the Crusader from Diablo 3 joining the Nexus ranks in Heroes of the Storm.
The broadcast of the Heroes of the Dorm finals on ESPN inspired a lot of people (myself included) to scramble for beta keys and jump into the Nexus. My previous experience with League of Legends made me hesitant to throw myself into Heroes of the Storm head-first; on the surface the two games do seem very similar, to say the least. However, after trying out a few different heroes and cycling through some of the maps it's clear that whatever misgivings I had with LoL thankfully did not carry over.
This week, we received word that Heroes of the Storm would officially lose its beta monicker on June 2nd — are you excited yet?
In an announcement in the early hours of the morning, the development team released the launch date for Heroes of the Storm. Mark your calendars for June 2, 2015.
The opening rounds of Blizzard's Heroes of the Dorm Heroes tournament took place last weekend and the reaction so far is that the tournament has been fraught with problems.
Today, Blizzard announced that they will no longer be offering the Founder's Pack after next Tuesday, April 7th. So if you can't wait for another way to get into the beta to pan out, the window to buy your way in is closing quick.
The playable heroes in Heroes of the Storm come from a wide range of Blizzard titles, meaning you can play as Jaina alongside Kerrigan — or the Lost Vikings.
A first look at the new Sylvanas hero and Tomb of the Spider Queen battleground.
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.