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Next Overwatch Update Requires Full Game Reinstall

report this ad If there’s anything Blizzard should be known for, it’s their ability to support communities with established properties, laying a foundation on strong launches before offering expansions packed with content for years to come. It shows with titles such as World of Warcraft and Diablo, games that have been around for years now, yet still attract large audiences to make them both popul...[Read More]

Diablo Immortal Backlash Causes Blizzard to Change Social Media Profile Images Back to Diablo 3

Blizzard desperately trying to contain the negative reception to the upcoming Diablo Immortal. It’s extremely common, bordering on basically being industry practice, for social media outlets dedicated to a game developer or franchise to change their profile and banner pictures to whatever the newest release, upcoming or otherwise, is, as a way of implicitly advertising and endorsing it. And so, Bl...[Read More]

Blizzard Confirms It Is Developing Most Of Its Other Mobile Games In House

However, there will still be some partnerships with external developers. Even though there has been an incredible amount of blowback to Diablo Immortal, the smartphone entry in the Diablo series that Blizzard announced for iOS and Android devices at Blizzcon last week, Blizzard has already confirmed that it will be developing and pushing more mobile games to the market as part of a broader initiat...[Read More]

Blizzard to Make Mobile Games for All of its IPs

report this ad At BlizzCon 2018, Blizzard Entertainment surprised fans and critics alike by announcing Diablo Immortal. Immortal, a mobile game, would bring the series’ RPG, loot-collecting action to smartphones and tablets. However, it seems that the newly announced title is just the start of Blizzard’s plans for mobile devices. In an interview that took place following the shock Diablo Immortal ...[Read More]

Activision Blizzard Stock Drops After Diablo Immortal Announcement

report this ad It hasn’t been a great past few days for both Diablo fans and Activision Blizzard. During BlizzCon this past weekend, the announcement of a brand new mobile game, Diablo Immortal, didn’t go over too well with fans, leading to a heavily skewed like-to-dislike ratio on the game’s announcement trailer on YouTube, as well as fan Q&A sessions making for uncomfortable situations for t...[Read More]

We Have No Plans for Warcraft 4 at This Point, Says Blizzard

Blizzard’s focus remains on the upcoming Warcraft 3: Reforged. Diablo fans might be disgruntled (to say the last) with Blizzard, but those who care more about Warcraft have a lot to look forward to. With World of Warcraft having received a very good expansion recently, getting a Classic release next year, and Warcraft 3 getting remastered as well, it’s a good time to be a Warcraft fan. However, fo...[Read More]

Diablo 4 Was Meant to be Announced at Blizzcon, Pulled at the Last Minute – Rumor

This whole mess could have been avoided… One of the big reasons there has been so much rage about Diablo: Immortal’s announcement has been the larger context surrounding it. This was an announcement played up by Blizzard for the better part of a year, and all that fans got out of it by the end was a mobile game. It would have been fine if this had been accompanied by something like a tease for an ...[Read More]

Hearthstone Hits 100 Million Players Worldwide

Hearthstone achieves a tremendous milestone, and decides to share the love with its players. Blizzard’s Heasrthstone, their Warcraft based collectible card game, has been a tremendous success. How tremendous? Well, according to an update shared by the developers of the game, the game has now hit 100 million players worldwide, across all the platforms that it is available on. To celebrate the miles...[Read More]

Report: Diablo 4 Announcement Pulled by Blizzard Before BlizzCon

report this ad Over the weekend, Blizzard Entertainment found itself steeped in controversy with its fan base after closing out its keynote address at BlizzCon 2018 with a reveal of a mobile project for its classic action-RPG franchise, Diablo Immortal. When it became clear that Diablo 4 was not going to be mentioned, many went on to express disappointment with the company for not at least showing...[Read More]

Diablo 2 Producer Says Blizzard Doesn’t Understand Gamers Anymore

report this ad After Blizzard took the stage at BlizzCon and announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile game being developed in partnership with NetEase, the company claimed it wasn’t expecting the overwhelmingly negative response seen over the following days. However, a former Blizzard employee who served as producer on Diablo 2 is arguing that Blizzard may have been able to anticipate and potentially m...[Read More]

Diablo: Immortal Disappointment Is Warranted, Says Ex-Blizzard Producer

Ex-Blizzard developer thinks Blizzard is now out of touch with the fans. The biggest news of the weekend has been Diablo: Immortal, the new announced mobile game spin off of Blizzard’s beloved and pioneering action RPG series. Regardless of how you feel about the game itself, there are multiple issues with how the announcement was handled, including Blizzard hyping up fans about the future of Diab...[Read More]

World of Warcraft Classic – Sharding Is A Possibility We Want To Look Into, Says Developer

“When we say sharding, I wanna be clear that’s a term that is often overused and misunderstood,” says Blizzard’s Brian Birmingham. At BlizzCone 2018, Blizzard may have disappointed on the Diablo front, but the event was a good one for Warcraft fans. In addition to announcing a remastered Warcraft 3, Blizzard also confirmed that after many, many years of demand by fans, they’ll finally be releasing...[Read More]

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