A playable legacy version of World of Warcraft will launch later this month, returning veteran players to the realm of Azeroth as it existed prior to the launch of Blizzard's many expansions and gameplay overhauls.
'Overwatch' player Tazzerk recently announced he broke the level 1,800 barrier and posted the resulting golden portrait packing five stars. Naturally, he's not stopping there and plans to hit the top 500 in season three.
Overwatch may have just received a new hero in the highly anticipated Sombra, but veterans will be pleased to learn that one hero who has been somewhat neglected in the past is due for a much-needed revamp.
Activision Blizzard recently posted two job positions for a lead software engineer: one to develop a new first-person engine and another to create tools for that engine. Unfortunately, there's no sign that Blizzard is aiming at the FPS…
'Overwatch,' is a hit, but it might be a bit overwhelming for new players. Check out our in-depth guide for explanations on each of the different characters, as well as a few tips and tricks to get you started.
If you haven't played Overwatch yet, next weekend will be a great opportunity. Starting November 18 and running until November 21, Blizzard will be making the game free for anyone to play, with all maps, modes and characters to choose from.
Blizzard's co-founder has rejected an idea to remaster the original Warcraft, saying the game is "just not that fun anymore." The words come after Blizzard revealed plans to insert the original Diablo into Diablo III.
Blizzard revealed a collaboration with Google to offer StarCraft II as a learning platform for artificial intelligence that will be open to all researchers in 2017. AI will be required to learn how to play the game the "human" way