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Blizzard has announced "Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition," which contains the content of both the main game and its recent PC expansion. It's out Aug. 19 for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4 and PS3.
BlizzCon 2014 tickets will go on sale May 7th and 10th, 2014. The tickets will cost $199 USD and will be available via the BlizzCon Eventbrite website. BlizzCon will take place on Nov. 7 and 8th, 2014
Blizzard has released a trio of retro games as free downloads. The trio includes: The Lost Vikings, Rock N' Roll Racing, and Blackthorne and can be downloaded from Battle.net.
The FBI has charged three men for a series of cyber attacks against computer systems used by Microsoft and other companies and used them to get early builds of Xbox 360 and PC games.
The much anticipated expanions to the popular Diablo series has been released today. Reaper of Souls takes gamers on a new storyline and introduces players to a new Crusader class.
During April 11-13th, PAX East attendees will have the oppurtunity to play some of Blizzards latest demos of upcoming titles including the PS4 version of Diablo 3, the Ultimate Evil Edition.
A number of popular online gaming services have been hit with denial of service attacks this week, with the latest being Steam which is currently being affected as of this writing.
A new rumor claims that Blizzard has decided to go back and revamp its long awaited next MMO game, code name Titan, which should delay its launch until 2016 at the earliest
Blizzard has announced that it has signed up to make console games for the first time in a long time, with the first games coming for Sony's PlayStation 3 and 4 consoles.
Blizzard announced that it will hold the 2013 edition of its BlizzCon fan event on November 8-9 in Anaheim, California but tickets for the event are not yet on sale.
Blizzard has announced that its gameplay features for a PvP dueling mode for Diablo III have caused the team to use the name "brawling" to describe the actual gameplay mode.
Jay Wilson, the long time game director for Blizzard's action-RPG Diablo III, announced this week he is leaving the Diablo team but will stay at Blizzard on an unannounced project.
A new report claims that Blizzard plans to release a Linux port for at least one of its major games in 2013, joining the trend of increased interest in Linux gaming.
Blizzard has announced they have abandoned plans to launch a Team Deathmatch multiplayer mode for Diablo III, although they are still working on some kind of Duel mode.
Blizzard has expanded its ongoing multiplayer beta test for StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm to include those players who have pre-ordered the RTS expansion pack.
Blizzard has announced that it will release its long awaited RTS expansion pack StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm on March 12th, in Standard and Collector's editions and a Digital Deluxe Edition.
Blizzard has been hit with a lawsuit, claiming that it fails to tell users of its Battle.net service that it should also use an authenticator to keep their account safe. Blizzard says it will fight it
Blizzard has announced that Diablo III has sold 10 million copies since its launch in May. The developer is also working on an expansion for the fantasy action-RPG.
Blizzard plans to add a new feature in the StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm expansion pack that will give multiplayer gamers a leveling system that will add new decals or portraits.
A new report claims that Blizzard worked on a now cancelled game that got the nickname "Starblo" and basically took the Diablo action-RPG game to a space setting.
Hackers apparently found an exploit in the servers of Blizzard's hit MMO World of Warcraft that allowed them to kill lots of player characters and NPCs all at once. Blizzard says it has now fixed it.
A Democratic candidate for a state senate office in Maine this year is being slammed by her Republican opponents because of her hobby. playing World of Warcraft.
Blizzard has announced that Mists of Pandaria, the fourth commercial expansion pack for World of Warcraft, sold 2.7 million units in its first week of sales in late September.
In a new video interview, Blizzard's Rob Pardo claims that the company's mysterious next MMO, known as "Project Titan" now has over 100 team members working on the game.
Blizzard senior software engineer Darren Williams says that the game developer has "no particular fear" of Windows 8 as the company gets ready to launch its latest World of Warcraft expansion.
A new report claims that Blizzard is looking into possibly turning the multiplayer portion of StarCraft II into a free-to-play game but has yet to determine how to make money from that effort.
Astute players of World of Warcraft have discovered that watermarks are being inserted into screenshots taken of the game. The watermark data includes identifying player and server information.
Blizzard has announced that the multiplayer beta test for its RTS expansion pack StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm has begun, but is currently limited to a very small outside audience.
Blizzard has now admitted that its games, including its hit MMO World of Warcraft, are banned from being accessed by residents of Iran due to the sanctions against that country by the US government.
Blizzard has announced plan to put in a new Paragon for Diablo III, allowing players at level 60 a new way to increase their character stats while also increasing Magic Find and Gold Find.
Blizzard has released the opening CGI cinematic for the upcoming MMO expansion pack World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, which will officially launch later in September.
Blizzard has announced that it will begin inviting people outside the developer to start beta testing its upcoming RTS expansion pack StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm "soon".
Blizzard has announced that it is allowing anyone (with a free Battle.net account) to download and play the free Starter Edition version of its action-RPG Diablo III.
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Activision Blizzard has revealed that the fantasy MMO World of Warcraft currently has 9.1 million subscribers, a loss of 1.1 million users in the second quarter of 2012.
StarCraft II has received a major new update, bringing the RTS game up to version 1.5.0 with a number of new features, including the Arcade game discovery mode and more.
Rob Pardo, the Executive Vice President at Blizzard Entertainment, apparently agrees with Valve's Gabe Newell and his harsh assessment of Windows 8, calling it "not awesome for Blizzard either."
Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, the next expansion pack for their hit fantasy MMO, will be released on September 25th in three versions.
Blizzard has now fixed a recently discovered bug in Diablo III that allowed some players to have a Wizard character that was invulnerable while playing the action-RPG.
An 18 year old from Tainan, Taiwan reportedly collapsed and died after playing Blizzard's Diablo III for over 40 hours at an internet cafe without even taking a break to eat.
The fighting game fan site Shoryuken sponsored a contest for people to design a arcade-style controller for Blizzard's RTS game StarCraft II, and this week the winner was selected.
Blizzard has denied accusations by some Diablo III players that they were banned from playing the action-RPG sequel because they played the game on Linux using the WINE software.
Blizzard has now lifted the Act 1 and level 13 restrictions for players who buy the digital download version of Diablo III, although other restrictions remain in place.
Insight Editions will publish The Art of Blizzard in October, a 352 page hardcover book with nearly 800 art pieces from Blizzard's many game franchises, along with commentary from team members.
Blizzard now says that the 72 hour level 13 and Act I caps for people who buy the digital edition version of Diablo III are in fact bugs and will be fixed in a future update.
Blizzard has revealed that it is now keeping people who purchase the digital edition of Diablo III from playing the full game for as long as 72 hours as a security measure.
Blizzard has now offered full refunds to some South Korean players of Diablo III after many players of the action-RPG complained that they could not sign onto the game's Battle.net servers.
Blizzard has announced that two players have managed to finish Diablo III under the Inferno difficulty while playing in Hardcore mode, which means they did it at the highest difficulty and didn't die.
A new client patch for Diablo III has been released which makes a number of gameplay changes to the action-RPG, including reducing the difficulty level for Inferno players in acts 2-4.