We take a look at all the announcements made at the Blizzcon 2021 event, which was full and held online this year.
The company also made many announcements at the Blizzcon 2021 event, which was held online this year due to the epidemic and was named BlizzConline. We conveyed these announcements to you moment by moment in the opening ceremony. The company has also signed new updates on its existing games, especially Diablo 2 Resurrected and Diablo Arcade Collection. In this news, we wanted to gather all announcements together with the official statement made by the company.
What was announced at Blizzcon 2021?
At the opening ceremony of the event, the company’s president J. Allen Brack and the developer leaders of Blizzard products reviewed the past and announced their exciting plans for the future, announcing the following games and game updates.
One of the most successful PC games ever returns with Diablo II: Resurrected. The faithful remake of Blizzard’s classic action role-playing game and its award-winning expansion pack, Lord of Destruction®, is coming to consoles for the first time alongside Windows PC in the coming months. PC gamers can sign up now at www.diablo2.com for a chance to participate in the upcoming testing phase.
Blizzard also shared Diablo® IV’s new player class Rogue with a dark cinematic trailer and a new gameplay video. He is a deceitful, fast, deadly and mobile class with unprecedented flexibility. Rogue players have many different options for attacking or trapping their enemies. They will also be able to increase their combat skills with poisons, shadow spells, and special techniques.
Blizzard is ready to bring a lot of content this year as well. The Grifon Year of the popular free digital card game Hearthstone® will meet players in the coming weeks. In the new Hearthstone year, a new Core Set of cards that will bring fundamental changes to the game, and a new Classic game format that will allow players to build and compete with decks of their original Hearthstone cards released in 2014 will be added.
With the Year of the Griffon, 2021’s first Hearthstone expansion will debut in Forged in the Barrens ™. This pack is inspired by the iconic World of Warcraft® region where millions of adventurers have begun to write their legends and are now www.playhearthstone.com It can be purchased by pre-order. Later in the year, Blizzard will launch Hearthstone Mercenaries, a single-player, competition-centered game mode where players collect many mighty characters from the Warcraft® universe and level them up in tactical battles.
For World of Warcraft, Blizzard announced the first major content update for the recently released Shadowlands expansion, Chains of Domination, coming in the coming months. In addition, a brand new charity pet program will be organized with this package. Once the donation goals are reached, all modern Wow® players will have access to two different companions, the monkey Bananas and the sloth Daisy. In addition, Blizzard announced that the redeveloped version of Burning Crusade Classic ™, faithful to the essence of the popular World of Warcraft expansion, will be released in the next months. Burning Crusade Classic ™ will be added to players’ World of Warcraft subscriptions at no additional cost.
Available as part of Blizzard’s anniversary-themed Celebration Collection on Windows PC (Battle.net®) and the Blizzard® 30th Anniversary Collection on consoles, or also on consoles, the Blizzard® Arcade Collection, Blizzard’s popular console games The Includes digital versions of Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing and Blackthorne® optimized for modern platforms.
Blizzard products are examined in detail in the event organized in six different channels. It also shares the behind-the-scenes development of Overwatch® 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the company’s popular team-based shooter, and the upcoming massive multiplayer action role-playing game Diablo® Immortal ™. Blizzard has just completed the first phase of Diablo Immortal’s regional testing process. Having received very positive reactions from test participants, the company plans to perform more tests in the coming months.