Blizzcon is one of the most appreciated and expected gaming events every year and 2015 is not going to fall short. Blizzard games bathe in glory as World of Warcraft, Starcraft II, Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm will be some of the most talked about games during this year’s event. The only game that does not get too much attention is Diablo III, but for very specific reasons that we suspect.
World of Warcraft is, as usual, the biggest game that will be receiving the spotlight, especially because of its newest expansion: Legion. But there is still some time until the new patch officially launches, so the developers are also going to speak about Patch 6.2.3 and the changes that they are going to make in order to keep the game appealing.
World of Warcraft has been limping ever since Wratch of the Lich King ended, yet players still managed to find reasons to come back for a few extra dungeons with friends. The new Legion expansion is bringing the new Demon Hunter class into the game, a tribute to the return of Illidan Stormrage. Numerous improvements have been done to the dungeons as well, a result that came in after the community demanded a more immersive experience.
Another very interesting feature that Blizzard have created for the game is what seems to be a “Wrath of the Lich King Timewalk” event so that players can be able to experience dungeons that preceded Cataclysm. It is a perfect environment for pre-Lich King players who long after times long past. Some of these dungoens include legendary names like Grim Batol, Stonecore or even the Lost City of Tol’vir.
Blizzard’s schedule is quite full with the approach of Legacy of the Void and Overwatch as well. The former has already been deemed as the most expected holiday PC game while the latter is still in Alpha. Both titles are very appealing and they will surely maintain Blizzard’s reputation as a living money making machine.
Whether we like it or not, Blizzard games bathe in glory and the developers are still doing a great job in maintaining them in top condition.
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