Exciting Announcements Made at the BlizzCon 2018 Last Weekend
Participants as well as those who watched the show on the Internet had high expectations from BlizzCon 2018. Some of them were met and only a few exceeded, while there were many who fell disappointed by some of the announcements. Overall, this year’s edition was in line with the expectations and there’s plenty of new content to explore and enjoy in 2019 and beyond.
The Diablo Controversy at BlizzCon 2018
In the wake of BlizzCon 2018 everyone is talking about the announcement of Diablo Immortal, which generated the strongest reactions. While the company presented the new product as an authentic Diablo experience for mobile devices, many of the veteran fans were largely disappointed. They were hoping for something entirely different for PC and many of them ended up venting frustration online for the direction in which the franchise seems to be heading. Some even overlooked the fact that Diablo III Eternal Collection is now available for the arrival of the Nintendo Switch Diablo III Eternal Collection Bundle.
Great things ahead for World of Warcraft Fans
Those who play the most popular MMORPG in the world had plenty of reasons to celebrate at BlizzCon 2018. The latest expansion called Battle for Azeroth will be enhanced by the upcoming major content update which will include the Battle of Dazar’alor raid and the Battle for Darkshore warfront. This should keep players busy for quite a while and provide them with the impetus to explore the beautiful world of Azeroth. Veteran players and those who were anxiously waiting for the announcement of WoW Classic were pleased to hear that the game will officially launch in the summer of 2019.
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Classic Games are Back in the Spotlight
The imminent arrival of Warcraft III: Reforged was another reason to celebrate for those who are still in love with the real-time strategy game. 62 single player missions, a revamped interface and a better than ever World Editor are guaranteed to restore the former glory of this classic game. Meanwhile, StarCraft II fans are happy to hear that Zeratul is the next Commander for the popular co-op mode. Players will have the chance to unlock in-game content ranging from building skins and banners to portrays and sprays.
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Get Ready to Rumble with Hearthstone
BlizzCon 2018 didn’t overlook the popular card game and a new expansion was announced at the convention, with the deadline set for December 4. Players will compete against some of the best gladiators in Azeroth as they step into the famous Gurubashi Arena. This new expansion will bring forward 135 new cards and players will compete in the free single player mode called Rumble Run. Those who want to pre-purchase the Rastakhan’s Rumble can choose between a 17-pack Challenger’s Bundle that costs $19.99 and the 50-pack Rumble Bundle that will set them back $49.99.