Since 2004, the Warcraft franchise has been fairly centered around the MMO genre. World of Warcraft and its offshoot, World of Warcraft Classic, have been the main focus for the series.
It's been a long time since Blizzard has gone swimming in the real-time strategy pool.
I admit, I'm surprised I was surprised by the news that another group of ex-Blizzard employees are banding together to try to make some great games.
It's no secret that Diablo Immortal didn't get an enthused reception from the crowd at BlizzCon last year -- while you'd think that more Diablo is always a good thing, players have a lot of negative opinions about mobile games.
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).
When people talk about Warcraft 4, there are two elephants in the room that they either tackle head on or pretend don't exist.
Yesterday we talked about the possibility of a remastered Warcraft 3, and that got me thinking -- is Warcraft 4 going to happen?
People talk about it from time to time, of course -- after all, Warcraft was one of the titans of the RTS genre.
I am going to be entirely honest and say that up until writing a post about it yesterday, I never imagined we would even be able to consider a future in which a new Warcraft strategy game would be a thing.