Blizzard’s virtual BlizzCon will be free to watch – Engadget

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The video is mostly a catch up on what’s been happening at Blizzard in recent months. Brack mentioned that 95 percent of employees are currently working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic and discussed some game updates, such as the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands

BlizzConline will lose the spectacle of an in-person event, but despite the difficulties of the current environment, Blizzard seems to be trying to make it as close to BlizzCon as possible with community-focused elements. Along with cosplay events, there’ll be art and storytelling contests, a talent spotlight and the annual March of the Murlocs. 

There’ll be news about Blizzard’s current and upcoming games as well, of course, such as Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4. You’ll get to find out exactly Blizzard has up its sleeve when BlizzConline takes place from February 19th-20th.

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