Don’t miss a Major! Here are a few eSports events coming live to a screen near you from February to April.
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.
Lee “Flash” Young-Ho, one of Korea’s most decorated Starcraft players, announced his retirement yesterday after an eight year run as one of the best in the business.
If you’ve already ploughed through the epic Protoss campaign in Legacy of the Void, and can’t wait to get your hands on more single-player goodness, there is more of it on the way. It can now be pre-purchased, and comes with additional bonuses if it is.
We review the last part of the StarCraft II trilogy, Legacy of the Void. It proves that RTS most certainly is not dead. Blizzard have outdone themselves, and put together one hell of a package!
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!
Watch and be amazed as Matty makes the collector’s edition magically stand without falling over, talks rubbish, and fades to black because he, unlike Alessandro, does not keep murder weapons within arms reach…
Blizzard would consider remaking the original StarCraft campaigns and releasing them as mission packs in future
At BlizzCon, we sat down with Legacy of the Void Lead Game Designer, Jason Huck, to talk about the mission packs that were announced. Turns out, Blizzard might consider redoing some old content…
Prepare to fight for Aiur! Legacy of the Void, the last part of the StarCraft II trilogy is out today, and it promises to be something special.
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.
BlizzCon 2015 is here, and we will be bringing you all the coverage we possibly can! What are you looking forward to most at this year’s conference?