2019 was a tough year to be a gamer, particularly for those of us who mark the hours creeping by until the release of Cyberpunk 2077 delivers us from our fleshy existence. Still… a few notable things happened in the gaming industry over the last year, some of them bad, but surprisingly, a few of them were good too.
Here are all the biggest announcements and news that came out during Blizzard’s annual conference.
BlizzCon 2019 could witness the launch of Overwatch 2, according to a new report.
The game is a fresh take on the popular Modern Warfare sub-series of the Call of Duty franchise.
Blizzard to give back Hearthstone Grandmasters winner Ng Wai Chun his prize money, ban halved to six months
Blizzard became the target of a boycott by gamers and a walk-out by employees this week.
Fans can buy a special version of Diablo being sold on GOG.com that includes the free expansion.
Activision expects its revenue this year to fall by about 20 percent to $6.03 billion.
The game will be available as a gift from November 2 to November 18 as a Gift on Blizzard's Battle.net service
Blizzard Entertainment is yet to finalise on a date for the release of Diablo 3 for the Switch.
Activision revenue forecasts take a hit as competion from free digital games like PUBG, Fortnite grows
The recent success of games from the “Battle Royale” genre has put pressure publishers including Activision and Take Two Interactive Software Inc.
Heavy snowfall hits Europe, kills 55; 'Beast from the East' blizzards snap transportation links across continent
Heavy snowfall and deadly blizzards lashed Europe on Thursday, forcing airports to cancel or delay flights around the continent, as a deep freeze gripped countries.
Persistent snow and freezing conditions from a Siberian cold snap snarled transit Wednesday and caused a handful of deaths across a swathe of Europe.
Earlier this year, Blizzard declared StarCraft, its 19-year-old original and its expansion Brood War free for downloading from the game's official website.
When one thinks of Blizzard, two things come to mind: First, Blizzard games are awesome, second, Blizzard games are expensive.
LiquidSky has released a revamped Android app called LiquidSky 2.0, which will help mobile gamers to play their PC games on mobile phones.
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'Boycott Snapchat' protest rages on social media over CEO Evan Spiegel's alleged 'poor India' comments
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel's alleged comments about not wanting to expand into poor countries like India garners backlash and mass app uninstallations
Blizzard Entertainment has signed an agreement with E-Express; to officially start selling games in India
It is with some degree of reverent joy that we would like to report that Blizzard Entertainment will officially start selling its games in India thanks to E-Express.
Blizzard and Google are coordinating to release open up Starcraft to AI and machine learning researchers around the world.
With Infinite Warfare, I am expecting an amalgam of Advanced Warfare and Black Ops III, just with some space stuff thrown in.