On December 31, 2016, Blizzard will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Diablo. Blizzard is bound to hold a real celebration, the event being called The Darkening of Tristram. This is part of Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls which allows gamers to visit the Cathedral dungeon of the original game. This will appear sometime in January. Apparently, rumor has it this is not the only surprise which Blizzard prepared for the upcoming anniversary of the Lord of Terror.
On December 28, Blizzard has announced that their team is meant to share some details about other games during the event celebrating the anniversary of Diablo. There will be revealed some teasers regarding other favorite games powered by Blizzard. Details about World of Warcraft, StarCraft 2, Overwatch, Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm will be unveiled during the celebration of Diablo’s 20th anniversary.
When it came to Heroes of the Storm, players were thrilled to find out that the battle for the High Heavens will continue. What is more, a new portrait which will have Diablo as a theme will be ready to be bought. Players should think about a method to enable victory on the new map. If we were to think about Hearthstone, we find out that in the Tavern Brawl a stranger is lurking. Gamers may be willing to reveal the secrets of this wanderer.
A teaser regarding Overwatch shows that the battle for Sanctuary will be part of the fight for the future, including in-game details which will signal gamers’ favorite classes from Diablo III. There will also appear a new player designed after the Lord of Terror. With StarCraft II, players will discover that the Lord of Terror can work for them, being disguised in a Diablo-themed worker.
Among the details concerning World of Warcraft, players find out that unusual things are about to happen in the world of Azeroth due to the fact that denizens of Sanctuary manage to reach an unfamiliar world.
During this year’s BlizzCon, Blizzard had already announced the event known as The Darkening of Tristram. Frank Pearce, the chief development officer, and co-founder at Blizzard argued that the dungeon crawl’s restricted-availability outfitted with a new graphics filter will represent an old-school Diablo experience.
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