BlizzCon 2021: Biggest Announcements And Full BlizzConline Schedule

Along with a rundown of all the BlizzCon 2021 reveals, here's how you can watch the different stream to keep up with the latest on Blizzard's games.

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BlizzCon is every Blizzard fan's favorite time of year, offering news on the latest games from the developer like World of Warcraft and Overwatch 2. This year's event is going to be a little different, with the pandemic preventing it from being in-person. BlizzCon 2021 is dubbed "BlizzConline," as nothing will be in-person this year. BlizzCon kicked off on February 19, with events also scheduled for the following day.

So far, we've seen reveals for Diablo 2: Resurrected, Diablo IV's Rogue class, and more details about WoW Classic's Burning Crusade. BlizzCon is a long event and features multiple presentations and panels, so it helps to have a rundown of what is happening and when it's happening. Below, we've rounded up the biggest announcements from the show, along with a schedule of the key events and how you can tune in. Unlike the traditional BlizzCon events' streams, everything this year is free.

Blizzard Arcade Collection Reveal

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During the opening segment from Blizzard President J. Allen Brack, he revealed the upcoming compilation featuring classic games from the early years of Blizzard Entertainment, which includes remasters for The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne.

Blizzard Arcade Collection Brings The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, Blackthrone To New Platforms Today

World of WarCraft: Shadowlands -- Chains Of Domination Update New Content Update

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The latest trailer for WoW: Shadowlands showcased the new events coming in the Chains of Domination update. Along with more story following the Jailer's continued rise to power, the new update will include a new raid, dungeon, and PvP content.

World of WarCraft Classic Brings Back The Burning Crusade

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The throwback MMO will be bringing back the original game's iconic expansion, the Burning Crusade. Released in 2007, this expansion brought players to the Outlands, allowing players to explore new dungeons and acquire loot. The latest trailer for WoW Classic

Hearthstone's Year Of The Gryphon Begins With The Forged In The Barrens Expansion

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The next major expansion coming to Blizzard's card battle game Hearthstone is called Forged in the Barrens, and it will introduce 135 new cards, 10 legendary mercenary characters, and incorporate a new key word known as Frenzy. With the Year of the Gryphon, the season will also add in a the Core Set, a revised deck of 235 cards that incorporates new and old favorites, along with new legendary dragon cards including Deathwing the Destroyer.

The Rogue Makes Their Debut In Diablo IV

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In the newest trailer for Diablo IV, we got to see a new cinematic trailer highlighting the new Rogue class. Along with the other classes, the Barbarian, the Sorceress, and Druid, the Rogue will fight monsters and other humans to collect loot and complete quests. The trailer showed off some gameplay with the class, which blends ranged bow combat with melee attacks, all of which highlight their speed and tactical abilities during combat.

Yes, It's Real. Diablo II: Resurrected Announced

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The much rumored and teased remaster for Diablo II has finally been revealed. Developed by Blizzard and Vicarious Visions, the remaster of Blizzard's iconic action-RPG will remake the game's visual style and add in some quality-of-life improvements for the original's gameplay. That said, the trailer showed that the gameplay still retains what made classic Diablo 2 so great. This remaster will also include cross-progression on all platforms.

Diablo 2: Resurrected Remasters Blizzard's RPG Classic On PC And Consoles

BlizzCon 2021 Schedule

February 19

  • Opening Ceremony: 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET
  • World of Warcraft - What's Next: 3:10 PM PT / 6:10 PM ET
  • Diablo - What's Next: 3:10 PM PT / 6:10 PM ET
  • Behind the Scenes of Overwatch 2: 3:10 PM PT / 6:10 PM ET
  • Diablo Deep Dive: 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET

February 20

  • World of Warcraft Q&A: noon PT / 3 PM ET
  • Heartstone Q&A: noon PT / 3 PM ET
  • Diablo Q&A: noon PT / 3 PM ET
  • World of Warcraft - The Evolution of Thrall: 2:05 PM PT / 5:05 PM ET
  • World of Warcraft - Cooking Workshop: 3:15 PM PT / 6:15 PM ET

How To Watch BlizzCon 2021

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You will be able to watch everything from BlizzCon 2021 directly on the BlizzCon website. Typically, most of this content would be locked behind a paywall for those who didn't purchase a ticket, but with this year's free format, you can view everything across six different channels. There will be archives from videos you missed as well as re-broadcasts if two events you are interested in happen to run at the same time.

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