Blizzard Entertainment announced on its official blog the cancellation of the BlizzCon scheduled for early next year, call BlizzConline because it should have taken place completely online.
“It was a tough choice for all of us, but it’s the right one“, we read on the official website of the company, where one is also given motivation for the cancellation: the will to put all the energies of the studio in the support of the development teams and in continuing the development of the games.
Blizzard will take advantage of this break to completely rethink BlizzCon for the next editions, given that the first one dates back to sixteen years ago and that a lot of water has passed under the bridges since then, with communities that can now meet in very different ways. compared to the past. We will see what the future holds.
Be that as it may, the ads they will not be missing and will be given as expected. So only the event itself will disappear, but you will still have information on the games in development and on the updates of those already available.
We imagine that Blizzard fans will not be very happy with it, but it was inevitable that it would access, given the legal problems of the software house, probably the real cause of the cancellation, and the controversy that a public event would inevitably attract.
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