We're only a few months past the tenth anniversary of StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty's release, but the end has officially come -- Blizzard quietly announced today that they would be ending the production of new for-purchase content like Co-Op Commanders and War Chests.
Former founder and president of Blizzard Entertainment, Mike Morhaime, is on a new adventure: He created Dreamhaven Studios, and he brought several big names with him that were in leading positions on the creation of some of the most beloved Blizzard games ever.
Mike Morhaime has ended his retirement in spectacular fashion, announcing the formation of his own game company today via Twitter.
Recently, Mike Morhaime (y'all remember him, beloved former CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment) did a lengthy interview talking about quite a few things, one of those things being the tightrope between accessibility and social gaming in games like World of Warcraft, a game Mike knows a fair bit about.
Turns out that after his retirement last October, Mike Morhaime's non-competition clause is already expired and he's already considering options involving making new games.
Mike Morhaime was one of the co-founders of Blizzard Entertainment.
Usually when it comes to BlizzCon the main draw are the flashy announcements and plans for the future, but for some reason this year the things that are sticking with me are the fan experiences.
Tucked away on the latest Overwatch PTR is a tribute to Blizzard co-founder Mike Morhaime, who recently stepped down from his position as company president and CEO.
J. Allen Brack has taken over the helm of Blizzard, with Mike Morhaime stepping down into an advisory role.
Last week VentureBeat interviewed three big names at Blizzard Entertainment about mobile games, esports, and the future of the company.