Blizzard has run out of things to remaster, and as such they are starting to look at some "new stuff," according to a new interview with CNET (via GamesRadar+).
Robin recently sat down with Executive Producer John Hight and Technical Lead Brian Birmingham for World of Warcraft Classic to talk The Burning Crusade during this year's Blizzcon.
Robin had a chance to go on the record with Warcraft's Ion Hazzikostas and Ely Cannon this weekend during BlizzConline, talking Kothria, Torghast, and Anduin's fate in Shadowlands.
This week we saw some interesting news pieces, from Chronicles of Elyria rearing their heads with a newly promised standalone game, to the rise in popularity of Valheim.
Robin sat down this weekend during BlizzConline 2021 to discuss Diablo IV's new Rogue class, as well as break down the recent panel with Lead Systems Designer Joseph Poepiora and Lead Animator Careen Kingdom.
BlizzConline 2021 kicked off today and quite a few of the franchises that make up Blizzard's library got some announcements today. Here's everything major Blizzard officially unveiled today during its keynote.
BlizzConline 2021 is kicking off tomorrow, but we already know a fair bit of what's coming with World of Warcraft, thanks to some leaks as spotted by WoWHead. The leaks detail the upcoming patch for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, titled Chains of Domination, as well as the next major update for WoW Classic: Burning Crusade.
As BlizzConline 2021 fast approaches this week, Chris takes a look at what the event could hold for Patch 9.1 of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
This week's Top 5 articles has you covered on the major storylines and articles on the site this week. Valheim took over the Steam Charts this week, selling over 1 million copies in its first week. We really have enjoyed our romp thus far through the survival game thanks to its common sense systems and beautiful visuals.
BlizzConline 2021 is fast approaching, and the gaming giant has revealed its full schedule for the two day online event. The schedule breaks down the panels via the games themselves, including a panel looking behind the scenes of the upcoming sequel to its hero shooter, Overwatch 2.
Blizzard Entertainment, one of the largest game companies out there and creators of some of of the most memorable gamesin the industry, is celebrating 30 years this month. To commemorate, the company posted a new video to their social media, showcasing moments from their extensive library.