BlizzCon 2014 has been announced! Tickets will be on sale via EventBrite for $199 in two batches on May 7th (at 7pm PT) and May 10 (at 10am PT), and there's been some changes this year so brush up on the changes to be prepared. Tickets for a pre-BlizzCon Benefit Dinner will also be for sale on Wednesday, May 14th at 7pm PT for $750 each.
Talk Azeroth Episode 18 is here! This week we join the lovely Olivia D. Grace as she winds down from all of the BlizzCon madness to talk about the recently announced raid-size changes coming with the new World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords Of Draenor. If you're in a raiding guild or group in World of Warcraft, tune in to find out how these new changes and additions may affect you.
BlizzCon 2013 is over and this year’s event will be remembered for many reasons. Not only did Blizzard announce details of the next World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords of Draenor, but information was also released on future plans for the immensely popular Hearthstone, due to go into open beta next month.
Blizzard surprised World of Warcraft players this BlizzCon with an announcement that Garrisons would be coming to the game in Warlords of Draenor. Player housing is something WoW players have been asking for, for almost as long as we've been begging for improvements to the inventory system, and I am pleased to announce that this is also something Blizzard came through with.
Blizzcon 2013 had new titles in store this year and a new addition into the Warcraft realm asks players to toss aside their cannons, catapults, cat o'nine tails, cleavers, clubs, crossbows, cudgels, cutlasses and whatever other weapons that begin with a "C" in favor of a different kind of weapon. The card.
BlizzCon has officially come to a close and over the course of the weekend there were a hefty amount of reveals for Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. The base game was met with critical acclaim, but the games flaws soon became apparent to all that those that played the game. The auction house, the itemization, the difficulty, the loot grind--it all felt half-baked to many gamers.
The WCS World Finals of StarCraft II kicked off on Friday, November 8. After three seasons of regional qualifiers and world championships, the top 16 players of the year will face off in what is possibly the hardest StarCraft II tournament of all time. The finals are at BlizzCon, Blizzard Entertainment's massive annual convention. The winner will take home a grand prize of $100,000 and a huge trophy.