Stay a while and listen! This year marks the 20th anniversary for one of the most popular ARPG’s (Action Role Playing Game) in the industry, Diablo. Diablo released back in 1996 on the PC and surprisingly had a decent PS1 port 2 years later. It was a game teeming with atmosphere and immersion. It was the entry game into Blizzard for a lot of folks. This Blizzcon, there’s no announcement of a new Diablo game, but some DLC for Diablo 3 coming in 2017. First, a little bit of history to those who aren’t so up-to-date on Diablo or its origins and why this anniversary and DLC is so important. Continue reading Diablo 3 DLC Pack Diablo 1 Anniversary Mode Announcement
At Blizzcon on Friday, Legendary Pictures and Blizzard revealed the first trailer for their big screen adaptation of Warcraft. The trailer was fantastic, but for some people, like myself, I hadn’t a clue what was going on or who was who. So, I asked a Warcraft super fan for an explanation, and here, Chris explains the situation.
As many of you probably noticed over the years, Blizzard have been largely a PC only developer and that was fair enough since few of their games would work on a console control scheme, but this time the team went explicitly about creating Overwatch for console too.
Well I didn’t expect that to be news today, it seems Blizzard upcoming FPS, Overwatch will be arriving next year. Not only that but a PS4 and Xbox One version seem to also be on their way, according to this screencap of the game’s Battle.net page
Not only that, but it will also be released as a full-priced game at $60, which is kind of a surprise considering these kind of games are usually Free-to-Play.