At the Sony Press Conference, Chris Metzen, game designer at Blizzard Entertainment announced that Blizzard will be partnering with Sony. Read More.
Blizzard has announced today that their internal network has come under attack.
"For players on North American servers (which generally includes players from North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia) the answer to the personal security question, and information relating to Mobile and Dial-In Authenticators were also accessed. Read More.
Blizzard announced that the Real-Money Auction House has gone live within the American region.
Blizzard has announced that you will be able to purchase in-game items with the American and Australian dollar and the Mexican peso. Right now, only items will be able to be purchased with real money, but Blizzard says that other commodities will be purchasable as well. Read More.
The Diablo III beta is now open to all.
Blizzard announced yesterday that for a very limited time, anyone with a Battle.net account could sign up and join the beta. The beta will go from today until Monday, April 23 at 10 am PDT. Players can play any of the five classes and will be able to level up until level 13. Read More.
Whatever plans you had for this summer, cancel them. Blizzard has officially given Diablo III a release date.
The game will arrive on store shelves on May 15 of this year. Read More.
At BlizzCon today, Blizzard revealed to fans that if you are a devoted WoW player, you can get the upcoming title Diablo III for free.
Players who sign up for the World of Warcraft Annual Pass, will get the ability to download and play the digital version of Diablo III for free. Read More.
Blizzard has officially announced today that Diablo III will be pushed back to 2012. The announcement came today over at Diablo's Battle.net site and Blizzard's main site. Read More.