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Kevin "Cloaken" Johnson announced on Twitter a few days ago that he is leaving the company. The voice of Heroes of the Storm was narrating Hero spotlights before the changes to the game and got later transferred to work on a different game within the company earlier this year.
We wish him success in his future endeavors!
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Blizzard is co-developing Diablo Immortal with NetEase Inc. and the company's Chief Financial Officer Yang Zhaoxuan told analysts during a conference call that the game is ready from their perspective, according to Bloomberg reports.
Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal at last year's BlizzCon. Reveal of Blizzard's first mobile game sparked a lot of controversy and hate among PC fans, because obviously, everyone among the hardcore PC gamer audience at BlizzCon was expecting Diablo IV, but that's a story for another day...
Blizzard has been working with NetEase Inc to develop and launch Diablo Immortal primarily in China, where these types of games are particularly popular and NetEase's CFO said the following during a conference call to analysts:
Diablo Immortal is pretty much ready for release and Blizzard is currently polishing the game for a global release that is slated for later this year.
Are you looking forward to playing the game?
Blizzard has been hard at work to localize all their websites into Nerglish, the language of Murlocs.
The second April Fools joke revolves around a java script that translates any website into Nerglish. Click here to try it out!
We’re excited to announce that the official Blizzard websites are now fully localized for murloc players everywhere. One benefit of countless failed attempts at establishing peaceful relations with various murloc tribes is that we have finally unlocked the secrets of Nerglish syntax and grammar. Thanks to this breakthrough in human-to-murloc communication, murlocs everywhere will now be able to engage with their human counterparts on equal footing.
Murlocs: simply install the Nerglish Translator bookmarklet and get ready to surf our sites in your native tongue!
HOW TO INSTALL
Option 1—drag and drop the translator link below onto your browser’s bookmarks bar Option 2—manual Installation: Copy the translator link’s code to your clipboard Open your browser’s bookmark manager Create a new bookmark and paste the link’s code into the bookmark’s URL field That’s it! Now you can use this bookmarklet to translate any Blizzard page into Nerglish. In the hallowed and inspiring words of Morgl, “MRRRGGK!”
Translate to Nerglish