The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought Kibosch to almost every face-to-face gaming event this year. BlizzCon, The annual weekend celebration of everything in Blizzard.The studio said it was trying to put together an online exchange when it was unplugged, and confirmed in September that it was given a nasty name. BlizzConline It will run on February 19-20, 2021.
For the past few years, BlizzCon has been a paid event. You can watch the opening ceremony for free, but for full online access to panels, esports events, and more, you’ll need a “virtual ticket,” which previously sold for $ 40 each. But because 2020 was another kind of year, this BlizzCon event (which will take place in 2021 but replaces the 2020 show) is also different.
“We don’t have a physical show this year, but we’re really looking forward to BlizzConline early next year,” Blizzard President J. Allen Brack said today. Fireside chat video.. “We want it to be a big virtual celebration, so Blizz Conline is free to watch and participate.”
Despite the pandemic challenges, more than 95% of Brizzard’s global workforce is currently working from home, and BlizzConline is an event for cosplay exhibitions and contests, art and storytelling contests, “talents” and more. So I promise it will be a pretty big deal.”Spotlight” Murlocs processionFrom simple face painting to full-scale cosplay, a parade of looks inspired by Murouk.
Blizzard has confirmed by email that the event will be completely free. “Blizzard does not charge viewers to watch and participate in BlizzConline,” said the person in charge.
Hopefully you’ll be able to see some of the new things Blizzard is working on, such as Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, but you’ll still have to wait a while to see how that happens. To learn more about BlizzConline or sign up for the event, go to the following URL: blizzcon.com..
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