What's old is new again when it comes to World of Warcraft, from celebrating 13 years in operation to the upcoming World of Warcraft Classic.
"Overwatch" is receiving a new support hero and hybrid map, both of which should help the massively popular team-based shooter maintain its momentum ahead of the "Overwatch" League.
World of Warcraft Classic, the official "vanilla" server from Blizzard, is currently in development.
"StarCraft II" is becoming a free-to-play title starting November 14, Blizzard revealed during today's BlizzCon 2017 Opening Ceremony.
Intel will also support future Overwatch tournaments, Blizzard said, which means the popular team-based shooter will be backed by one of the industry's biggest companies for a while.
The month-long extravaganza includes new skins for the game's heroes, fresh cosmetic items, and a new game mode that pits four people against zombie robots.
Hundreds of "Overwatch" players have been affected by a bug that cost them hundreds of skill rating (SR) and banned them from this competitive season.
"Overwatch" was updated with a new map, Junkertown, as well as changes to Mercy and D.Va that will dramatically change how the game is played.
Game director Jeff Kaplan made that point clear in the most recent developer update, which are usually devoted to new heroes, maps, or features.
Shortly after its revelation at Gamescom, the latest Overwatch map has been released to the Public Test Region (PTR) where Blizzard tests changes to the game before releasing them to the public.
Season 6 will be shorter than its predecessors, change Blizzard's approach to players' skill ratings, and boast improved matchmaking, among other things.
Are you ready to escort a cart full of gold, jewelry, and explosives through a post-apocalyptic Australian town?
You can try an early version of the patch now before it arrives at the end of the tournament season.
Now it will be easier to find a stream you actually want to watch, thanks to Twitch's new directories, which automatically organize streamers based on what hero they're playing at that moment.