Blizzcon 2019 came with some really big news this time. A lot of new games were announced, 2 being new ones, and 2 being expansions to other existing franchises.
First of all Overwatch 2 is now official, bringing co-op missions and a pile of new multiplayer stuff (including new heroes) along with it. It will bring co-op missions together with some new multiplayer features, also new heroes.
Diablo 4 also made its debut, but more on that later.
Blizzard is in some troubled waters with its fans after some controversy they had with one of Hearthstone player Blitzchung’s Hong Kong statement and his suspension. But at the start of the opening ceremony Bizzard president J. Allen Brack apologized without getting into too many details.
The controversy isn’t over yet, with some protesters gathering outside of Anaheim, California convention center sporting “Free Hong Kong” signs.
The game is in development and it seems to be a full-on sequel. Its major focus being co-op and some new PvE modes. A great news is that all of your previously owned skins and cosmetics from Overwatch will be transferred to the sequel.
Diablo IV seems to be a true sequel to Diablo II, with a ton of satanic rituals, occult symbols, and lots of blood.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands
Shadowlands is the new World of Warcraft next expansion. It will be released next year. Players will be taken to an alternate realm of death and decay where theyhave to choose one of several factions to align with to fight against Sylvanas.
Will also get another expansion, it will be called Descent of Dragons. Also the game is getting a new mode, Battlegrounds. It will be in beta soon.