The current Overwatch beta isn’t exactly an open one, with admittance being stricter than entry into your local Freemason lodge . That’s going to change this weekend however, as Blizzard will be throwing more players at the game. And you won’t even have to do a silly handshake to get in.
What happens when you pair up a complete StarCraft II multiplayer rookie with a much more seasoned player? Matty and I seek to find out in our first (or third) match of Legacy of the Void's Archon Mode!
Overwatch is dominating the news like an Unreal Tournament player on a kill-streak. There’s been a lot of talk about Blizzard adopting a premium price stance on Overwatch, a game with MOBA tendencies that seems to obviously geared towards the freemium market.
Heroes of the Storm has long been plagued with issues of matchmaking, and Blizzard is well aware of their current system's issues. That's why they have plans to completely overhaul it by the end of the year.
$60 for all the heroes, maps and tricks in Overwatch. With no DLC in sight. Which is frankly impossible. There has to be some DLC in the pipeline, right? I mean, that’s how video games work these days. You pay full price for most of a game, and more for the rest of it. Thing is, even Blizzard doesn’t know what the plan is for DLC, because there is plan for such content right now.
After more than a decade, World of Warcraft still commands one hell of a dedicated fanbase. Clearly, this is one franchise with a dedicated fanbase. And sexy CGI trailers for regular expansions. And speaking of the two, here’s the latest trailer for the upcoming World of Warcraft: Legion. FOR THE HORDE!