Patch 3.7 for StarCraft II is chockfull of neat stuff. It’s out today.
Over a year ago, Carbot Animations took to Indiegogo to find the funds to make their own StarCraft II mod. They’re now ready to release their creation to the world.
Blizzard have shown off some of patch 3.7’s features. It’ll contain seperate MMR per race, a new commander, and more!
After almost twenty years, Blizzard are dropping the Battle.net name entirely. They’ll be moving forward with something brand spanking new in the near future.
Fancy knowing what digital goodies await those who purchase a BlizzCon 2016 Virtual Ticket? Look no further – Blizzard have just revealed most of them!
At Gamescom last month, Blizzard announced a whole lot of new content for StarCraft II. It’s now all available in the RTS compliments of Patch 3.6.
Chris Metzen has been a part of Blizzard for over two decades, and now, he’s retiring. He explained why in a post on Battle.net.
Alarak will be making his way to Heroes of the Storm as part of the Machines of War event. That’s not the only place the Tal’darim highlord will be playable though. He’s coming to Legacy of the Void as a Co-op Missions commander too!
Legacy of the Void brought some huge changes to StarCraft II’s multiplayer when it launched late last year. New units, tweaks to older ones, and more – it refreshed the RTS in a big way. Blizzard are looking to do that again this year with a chunky update in the near future.
If you missed out on buying a ticket to attend this year’s BlizzCon in person, it’s not all doom and gloom. You still have the option of enjoying all the action from the comfort of your own home, thanks to the BlizzCon 2016 Virtual Ticket.
Making an eSport is hard in this day and age. Many have tried, and failed, while some started off great and have unfortunately faded away. Let’s pay our respects.
Blizzard are bringing a new co-op mission to StarCraft II. It’s called the Vermillion Problem, and it features a very familar face from Wings of Liberty.