Warcraft III remaster announced at BlizzCon 2018

Judy Cobb
November 4, 2018

In this game, you'll choose from six classes, then use abilities and attacks to defeat your opponents. "Where is that line at and engaging in those dialogues with fans in order to make sure this is the game the community wants", added Bridenbecker.

Warcraft III: Reforged is a complete reimagining of a real-time strategy classic.

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Blizzard says that the mobile game will have shared public zones as well as instanced dungeons that allow for a four-player experience.

Which admittedly looks really good in action thanks to the pair of trailers we got, one cinematic and one showing gameplay. Ok, the franchise is mostly about that, but it's also about the story of the oncoming apocalypse. A demo is playable on the BlizzCon show floor, or for anyone at home who purchased a Virtual Ticket.

The Starbucks Christmas red cup has gotten a serious makeover for 2018
The new cups, along with a limited edition reusable cup (right), will be available starting November 2. And you could get one for a buddy as an early Christmas gift.

Are you excited to take to the familiar adventure once more?

Beyond Orphea, Blizzard also teased a slew of new content coming to Heroes of the Storm.

Blizzard's Classic Games division is dedicated to refurbishing timeless titles from the studio's history and modernizing them for a new audience. An example given was a weapon that can attack again after a successful Overkill.

"Diablo Immortal takes the series' dark, gothic fantasy world of Sanctuary and inimitable Diablo gameplay, and puts it in your pocket", said J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment in a statement.

It's a hard pill for many to swallow as Diablo 3 released in 2012 so fans were expecting the logical next step forward for the franchise to be Diablo 4. And reinforcements are always only a tap away thanks to the native Blizzard Battle.net® UI designed specifically for Diablo Immortal, which allows you to chat and form groups easily in the middle of the most frantic battle. One thread on the Diablo subreddit has pointed out the undeniable similarities between Diablo: Immortal and a previously released NetEase mobile game called Endless of God, saying Immortal looks like a Diablo-themed clone or reskin rather than a brand-new game.

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