We’ve been talking about Blizzard all summer, albeit always within the Activision/Blizzard/King conglomerate. Being acquired by Microsoft for almost 70 billion dollars is always newsworthy, isn’t it?
Luckily for fantasy fans, today we exclusively talk about Blizzard, a company that has been making great games for over two decades. And always fantastic games (in both senses of the word).
This weekend marks the beginning of BlizzCon 2023, Blizzard’s expo where they exclusively unveil the immediate future of their IPs: sequels, expansions, and more content. After tumultuous years, this expo should be good and powerful.
Schedules and how to watch BlizzCon 2023 for free
Here’s how the company communicates it on their website: BlizzCon 2023 is here! For those tuning in from home, we will be livestreaming all the content from the BlizzCon Arena for free.
For the first time in years, BlizzCon 2023 can be watched for free from home through Blizzard’s YouTube or Twitch channels on November 3rd and 4th to view all the panels and programming.
Blizzard will broadcast all the panels of the expo on their YouTube and Twitch channels, so you just have to tune in to the company’s official channel, which we provide here, to be able to follow the conference live.
If you are interested in only one of Blizzard’s games, the company has provided thematic schedules where you can follow the updates for:
With all this information, we already have covered what is coming this weekend, which is very important for the Blizzard community after the company’s acquisition by Microsoft. In 2024, at some point, we should see all the games (WoW, Diablo IV, Overwatch, etc.) arrive on Xbox Game Pass.
What you need to know is that this highly anticipated announcement will not be made during this BlizzCon 2023, as Phil Spencer explained just two weeks ago in an interview on the Xbox channel.