We have a rumor that there's an Overwatch 2 in the works at Blizzard, although it sounds less like as direct sequel and more like a different kind of game entirely -- according to the rumors, people inside Blizzard have compared it to Left 4 Dead. Based on what I know bout L4D, that makes me wonder if Overwatch 2 is going to be a prequel, since in the Overwatch setting a good alternative to zombie hordes would be, well, robot hordes.
When I play Heroes of the Storm, I almost exclusively play healers, because I'm terrible at Heroes of the Storm and I can at least grapple with the basic idea of what healing is supposed to do -- keep people alive.
Now that BlizzCon dates have been posted, it's time to speculate on what we might see announced.
Overwatch's next Archives event will be called Storm Rising and will go live in the game next week.
If you were given complete creative control of a Blizzard property, which would it be, and what would you do?
Seriously, if I had a genie ready to give me three wishes, the first two would be for perfect health and immortality for myself and my wife, and likely vast wealth or superpowers (depending on if the genie would grant superpowers -- I have a whole wish thing mapped out just in case).
For all the mystery and uncertainty surrounding the identities of Overwatch's unannounced heroes, the actual timing of their reveals follows a pretty clockwork schedule.
Maybe it's just because World of Warcraft is a 14-year-old game and Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm are much newer, but it feels like WoW could definitely learn a few things from its younger siblings when it comes to in-game holiday events.
Mad Scientists have been a horror trope since as far back as Dr.
Blizzard knows that mad scientists never go out of style.
It's never a bad thing to hear that 12.7 million dollars is being donated to fight breast cancer.