Ever since Blizzard began building hype for their latest addition to their collection of games, Overwatch, a key question has been on the lips of those who were anticipating the release. Will it have a ranked mode? Which was answered with a resounding yes soon after, but not at launch. Now, a month after Overwatch’s official release, Blizzard have launched their competitive game mode.
Blizzard’s Overwatch has been one of the biggest games to release in recent times and three weeks in too its launch, there’s a new patch rolling out to those who play the game on the PC. Unfortunately, there’s nothing exciting to learn in regards to the latest update but there is a few balance tweaks keen players are going to want to take note of. McCree and Widowmaker fans to be specific.
When it comes to supporting existing IPs, there really is no better developer for the job than Blizzard Entertainment. World of Warcraft, the Starcraft series, Diablo and even their free-to-play MOBA Heroes of the Storm and competitive card game Hearthstone are all just prime examples of how they continually commit to keeping their communities engaged with new content.
As soon as I heard that a new IP was in development from Blizzard Entertainment, I jumped on the hype train. I’ve been a fan of their games for as long as I can remember and there’s very few developers out their that can live up to Blizzard’s reputation. Of course, releasing an all new shooter to an already crowded marketplace was never going to be an easy job, but I couldn’t think of a more capable developer for the job. So here we go, Overwatch on console, reviewed.
There’s absolutely no place in the modern world for discrimination, especially when it comes to racism, the lowest form of bullying. Unfortunately it hasn’t been completely eradicated and when it comes to the Internet, there’s little that can be done in terms of moderation. Such was the case at the recent DreamHack Austin event, which saw Hearthstone pro Terrence “TerrenceM” Miller the subject of a number of distasteful comments made by fans watching the event unfold on Twitch.
2016 has gotten off to a great start in regards to video game releases. Tom Clancy’s The Division, PvZ: Garden Warfare 2, Dark Souls 3, Uncharted 4, and as of today Bethesda’s Doom reboot will be available for purchase in your local retailer, or online… If that’s your thing. But let’s be fair, it’s only May and we’ve still got a lot to look forward to, we won’t see the best the year has to offer for at least another few months.
Winter’s Veil has descended upon the Nexus in true Blizzard fashion (pun intend). If you’re a fan of Blizzard games, you’ll be all too aware that they like to add variety to their games in the form of seasonal themes, Heroes of the Storm is no exception to this rule and today, the update went live adding the eagerly anticipated new Hero and new features.
It’s easy to forget about other game launches on Fallout day, but Starcraft II is a big deal to some, especially those interested in the multiplayer side of the RTS game by Blizzard.
World of Warcraft developer Blizzard Entertainment have released details for an up-coming update for their free-to-play MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena), Heroes of the Storm. We’ve been playing this game since it was released to the general public as an open beta and are thrilled to be able to say that some crucial problems are finally being addressed. Continue reading Heroes of the Storm update will tweak the matchmaking
The long awaited final chapter to Starcraft II, Legacy of the Void has got a spectacular new cinematic trailer and a release date. The release date seems extremely risky on Blizzard’s behalf as it’s November 10th. If you’re like me, November 10th is a fairly significant date on your calendar. The release date of Fallout 4.