It’s time for another highly anticipated BlizzCon. This year’s BlizzCon takes place from today (November 4) until Saturday, November 5, when we find out Blizzard’s plans for some of its most popular games like World of Warcraft, Overwatch, and Heartstone.
Fans are expecting new updates, patches, DLC, and more. Blizzard could also easily treat us with a new sequel or expansion for Diablo since the game celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
BlizzCon is an annual convention held by Blizzard Entertainment where the company reveals new details about its most popular games. BlizzCon 2016 takes place in Anaheim, California and huge interest in the event from fans all over the world is expected.
Since not everyone can be in Anaheim right now, Blizzard will cover the whole event with an online stream. You can watch the opening ceremony on Blizzard’s official website as well as its Twitch account.
The opening ceremony is available for free to everyone who wants take a look. However, if you want to watch the live stream of other panels and esports competition, you’ll have to buy the virtual ticket online. The virtual ticket is available for the price of $39.99, and you can reserve yours here. The event will officially start at 11 a.m. PT (7 p.m. CET), with the above-mentioned opening ceremony.
If you want to dedicate these two days to this event, you can find the full BlizzCon schedule here.
What do you expect from this year’s BlizzCon? Tell us in the comments.
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