Blizzard’s announcement of Overwatch 2
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Blizzard’s announcement of Overwatch 2 was leaked ahead of time, but still came as something of a surprise as Jeff Kaplan took the stage during the opening ceremony. The new game, which seems to be a sort of hybrid between a full sequel and major update, will make a ton of major new additions to Overwatch, the biggest of which being a story mode for the game.
In addition, new characters will be making their way to both the sequel and the base game. Sojourn is the only new character to have been formally announced, but Blizzard is promising plenty more to come in the near future. These changes are a new chapter for Overwatch, which should help stimulate the game's player base and rejuvenate the competitive scene. The new updates look incredibly refreshing, though fans will just have to wait and see if that's actually the case.
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World of Warcraft
There weren't many surprises at this year's Blizzcon, largely due to most of the major announcements leaking ahead of time. But one of the most exciting was the announcement of the next World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands. The expansion is putting Sylvanas as the foremost villain of the game, having been rejected by the Horde after they saw her true colors. In the cinematic trailer, Sylvanas is seen ripping the helmet off of Bolvar Fordragon, who took up the mantle of Lich King after Arthas' defeat at the end of Wrath of The Lich King.
Players will journey to the Shadowlands, World of Warcraft's version of the afterlife, in the new expansion, bumping into some fallen heroes along the way. Perhaps most importantly, the game will be getting a massive level squish - all the way back down to 60. The level squish needs a bit of explaining to really make sense as far as the logistics are concerned, but it does seem like a good way to get new players up to speed a bit faster. How that transition will actually work is still a tad bit confusing, but Blizzard will likely talk more in detail about it as it gets closer to launch. The company has successfully performed number squishes in the past, so this shouldn't be that much different.If you want to learn more about Diablo 4 Gold，piease vist https://www.mmoexp.com/Diablo-4/Gold.html