Since the very first release of World of Warcraft you've been able to acquire the game in a special Collector's Edition box, and for every expansion since -- as well as on the 15th Anniversary -- players can add a box of physical goodies to their shelf. Dragonflight, of course, continues this tradition with the standard art book and mousepad, as well as the more recent common inclusion of pins (which seems to be the go-to replacement for the late, lamented expansion soundtrack CD).
Blizzard's really upping their swag game with the Gamescom loot.
Blizzard will once again be at San Diego Comic-Con, which runs this week from Thursday July 20 to Sunday July 23.
A new Overwatch collection is coming to the Japanese brand Tokidoki, purveyor of all cute and adorable things.
Heroes 2.0 is introducing in-game loot chests, but some streamers and other influencers are receiving real world versions packed full of swag.
As if the heaps of new Overwatch merchandise on Blizzard's gear store wasn't enough, J!NX's Overwatch line of apparel has appeared on Amazon.
Geeks wear their hearts on their sleeves and Blizzard Entertainment will gladly take their cold, hard cash to let them do it.