It's been a busy year for Blizzard as they focused on expanding World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm.
Today is launch day for Destiny 2 on PC and you know what that means?
Legion isn't technically over, especially considering the next expansion hasn't been announced yet.
The WoW Token has hit a brand new high this week, thanks to Destiny 2's open beta.
If you're interested in purchasing the Rise of the Necromancer pack for Diablo 3 but short of cash, don't worry!
Okay, technically yesterday was the time to buy WoW gold: prices in North America and Europe peaked yesterday evening, but prices for WoW Tokens are still up (though they are bouncing up and down).
When the WoW Token first launched, I immediately cashed in my gold to buy as much subscription time as possible.
Previously discussed at BlizzCon, WoW Tokens can now be traded for $15 in Battle.net Balance as of this afternoon.
During BlizzCon 2016 earlier this month, the question was posed during the World of Warcraft Q&A about whether or not Blizzard was going to make the WoW Token a more widespread form of currency, working for other games and not just WoW.