BlizzCon, the convention dedicated to Blizzard Entertainment's games, will be returning this year. Blizzard president and co-founder Mike Morhaime announced on Tuesday that the company will hold a BlizzCon in 2013.
project titan or go away
If they have an open panel for Diablo 3 I'm sure they will have to 'filter' questions before asking the panel, otherwise there will be lots of "what happened with Diablo 3?" and "will you make Diablo 4 much better because 3 kind of sucked".
they will probaly announce the expansion for diablo 3 even if the game sucks and gamers would probably prefer a brand new diablo instead of trying to improve that turd.
next wow expansion: Emerald Dream or Return of Burning Legion?
Whatever it is, it needs to be a hell of a lot better than Pandaria, I lost interest very very quickly this expansion, the game just feels so stale and old hat now, so nothing less than a revolutionary expansion would bring me back again. Personally I hope that they announce Project Titan and that it's a StarCraft mmo, as if the rumours are correct it might in fact be a spinoff of a current ip instead of a truly new ip like Blizz said. If Blizz announce a Diablo mmo as some have suggested then I will lose all interest in the company.
MoP is better than Cata, for sure. I haven't lost interest. MoP feels more refreshing than stale...
@blahblah346 Yeah you're right MoP was better than Cata as expansions go but only a little, the continent of Pandaria itself was generic and dull honestly and the same old quests and dungeons etc are so boring now, for someone like me that has played since launch day of vanilla wow. Unless they add features that are as game changing as flying mounts or a world that's as well realised as Outland or Northrend or a villain as iconic as the Lich King then count me out. Basically it's clear to me that Blizz' best talent is working on Project Titan, it's common knowledge that Blizz recruited alot of new staff over a period of time to take over the reigns of wow, whilst the true genius at Blizz moved on to Project Titan years ago. If Pandaria is a sign of things to come then that means that Blizz will just keep spewing out cookie cutter expansions for as long as people are willing to pay for it, or Blizz or someone else releases a superior mmo.
Blizzcon 2013 was announced in November of last year.
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