Ex-Blizzard employees have formed a new studio called Kollide Entertainment. They’re working on a new horror title called Broken. The project is looking for funding on Kickstarter.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss Overwatch coming back online as early as next week, with a host of new changes thrown in for good measure.
There’s a big hurdle for rookie Hearthstone players these days, a massive power gap that scares them off. Blizzard wants to fix that.
Heroes of the Dorm, the collegiate Heroes of the Storm tournament, will return in 2016 with 462 US colleges competiting for $500,000 in scholarships. The tournament will once again be broadcast by ESPN.
The Lunar Festival has come to the Nexus! It brings with it new skins, a new mount, a new portrait, and a bit of bonus gold.
Blizzard have a lot planned for Heroes of the Storm this year no doubt. Just last week for example, we saw them unveiling two brand new heroes – the Wizard from Diablo III, and the Necromancer from Diablo II. That’s not all that’s coming to the Nexus however…
The Overwatch Beta is coming back next month, with Blizzard using the extra time to add in a brand new mode not previously planned for the return.
Heroes of The Storm is kicking off their Spring Global Championship later this month with the Grand Finals in Seoul, South Korea this April. Here’s all the details for the HoTS fans.
Patch 2.4.0 for Diablo III is out! It comes packed with a whole lot of goodies, including new content, overhauls, fixes, and general balancing. Here’s an overview of all the important stuff…
It time we got a bit more familiar with Activision Blizzard who are currently taking the competitive gaming world by storm with announcement after announcement regarding eSports and its future.
Back in July last year, Blizzard announced the 2015 edition of their Rock the Cabinet contest. Now, 6 months later, they’ve sifted through all the entries, and announced the top 10.
Dustin Browder took to Twitter to answer a few questions related to the future of Heroes of The Storm. Browder proved once again that a relationship with players is key to making the best possible game.