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We're 2 hours away from this year's opening ceremony at BlizzCon and the community is already guessing what will be announced today, so we're taking a look at some bingo cards for the event!
Bingo Card 1
The first bingo card talks about Thrall, Metzen, and of course "Storm" in the expansion name. Interestingly, it mentions Path of the Titans, a feature that was planned for Cataclysm but ultimately abandoned.
Bingo Card 2
The second bingo card includes guesses like Dragonriding everywhere, WoW on game pass, and more.
Bingo Card 3
The third bingo card boldly mentions a new expansion for Diablo 4!
Bingo Card 4
The fourth bingo card includes guesses like Cataclysm Classic, Classic+, no Patch 10.3, and more.
What are your predictions for this year's BlizzCon? Let us know in the comments!
Blizzard has released the broadcast schedule for BlizzCon 2023!
The event is free to watch for everyone and you don't need to buy a Virtual Ticket this year!
The opening ceremony on November 3 starts at 11 AM PDT or 8 PM Paris time. The next WoW expansion will be unveiled at 1:30 PM PDT or 10:30 PM Paris time. We'll hear more about what's to come for Classic at 3:30 PM PDT or 12:30 AM Paris time. A deep dive for WoW takes place on November 4 at 12 PM PDT or 9PM Paris time. We'll have a Diablo 4 Campfire Chat at 2:30 PM or 11:30 PM Paris time! (Source)
BlizzCon 2023 is almost here! For those tuning in from home, we’ll be streaming all BlizzCon Arena content for free. Whether you plan to join in person or virtually, we wanted to share a first look at all the events in store. Visit Blizzard’s YouTube channels or Twitch on November 3-4 to catch all the panels and programming below. BlizzCon is for the community, so feel free to share it with yours by co-streaming.
BLIZZCON BROADCAST SCHEDULE
November 3 11AM – Opening Ceremony 1:30PM – World of Warcraft: What’s Next 2:30PM – Overwatch 2: Deep Dive 3:30PM – World of Warcraft Classic: What’s Next 4:30PM – Hearthstone: What’s Next 5:30PM – Warcraft Rumblings November 4 12PM – World of Warcraft: Deep Dive 1:30PM – Overwatch 2: What’s Next 2:30PM – Diablo IV Campfire Chat 4:45PM – Community Night 6:15PM – LE SSERAFIM Appearance Live streaming on Blizzard’s YouTube and Twitch channels; all times are listed in PDT.
For those of you planning your in-person BlizzCon experience around your game of choice, check out the on-site schedules for:
World of Warcraft Diablo IV Hearthstone Warcraft Rumble BlizzCon Collection – on sale now
Virtual attendees can also pick up the BlizzCon Collection, a new set of digital goodies and in-game items, in the Battle.net Shop now. These bundles are a must-have for any player journeying through World of Warcraft, Diablo IV, Overwatch 2, Hearthstone, and Warcraft Rumble. Whether you’re a seasoned hero or just starting your adventure, don’t miss out. Visit the Battle.net Shop to purchase.
Whether you will be joining us in person or online, we can’t wait to see you! To stay up to date with all things BlizzCon, be sure to follow us on social media, and head to BlizzCon.com for everything you need to know about the show.
The BlizzCon collection has been revealed, with a whole bunch of goodies for Blizzard games. As the stream is completely free this year, this replaces the Virtual Ticket and the rewards usually associated with it. Let's take a look at the two packs on offer!
We now know the mount we previously saw for WoW is called the Bound Blizzard, with Ysergle the pet in there as well as a banner, while Diablo players get a full mount set, and the Premium battle Pass and Overwatch players get a skin, charm, credits and the S7 Battle Pass. Heartstone gets a new cardback, 5 packs and a legendary, while Warcraft Rumble gets a couple of skins.
To celebrate the return of BlizzCon®, we’re rolling out a new set of digital goodies for World of Warcraft and other Blizzard games called the BlizzCon Collection. All in-person attendees will receive the Legendary Pack of items below included with their purchase of admission. BlizzCon Collection codes are now going out to BlizzCon in-person attendees starting today, with our goal to have them to all BlizzCon in-person attendees by November 4. Remember, if you can’t make it to the show in person, BlizzCon 2023 will be live streaming all content from the BlizzCon arena for free!
These bundles are a must-have for any player journeying through the immersive worlds of World of Warcraft®, Diablo® IV, Overwatch® 2, Hearthstone®, and Warcraft RumbleTM. Whether you’re a seasoned hero or just starting your adventure, don’t miss out! Visit the Battle.net store to purchase.
Epic Pack ($29.99 USD)
Enjoy these items from multiple games in addition to receiving a 10% discount off one item in the Blizzard Gear Store (restrictions apply):
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight: new Ysergle pet and the Chilling Celebration Banner toy Diablo IV: the ferocious Lapisvein Mount, the Cobalt Ensign Mount Trophy, and the Demon-Mother Countenance Mount Trophy* Overwatch 2: 1,000 credits, a Murky weapon charm, and a mystery name card** Hearthstone: a BlizzCon 2023 cardback, 5 Standard packs, and 5 Golden Standard packs Warcraft Rumble: the Murloc Kobold portrait and skin Legendary Pack ($49.99 USD)
Level up to this bundle to get everything in the Epic Pack plus:
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight: the Bound Blizzard flying mount Diablo IV: the fearsome Midnight Harness Mount Armor* and a Premium Battle Pass redeemable for any one season* Overwatch 2: the Drowned Warrior Sigma Epic skin as well as a Season 7 Premium Battle Pass Hearthstone: a mystery Signature Legendary card*** Warcraft Rumble: the Murloc Tower skin
*Limitations apply. See the Battle.net store page for more details.
**Available starting November 3
***Available in November
Blizzard has just posted a sneak peek at some of the events we can expect at BlizzCon 2023! The last wave of tickets will be on sale Friday, September 29 at 12 pm PDT.
Don’t miss out on your last chance to attend BlizzCon® 2023 November 3-4 in person with our final ticket sale to this year’s event. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase a ticket during a third wave of ticket sales on Friday, September 29 at 12pm PDT (19:00 GMT). Here’s a first glimpse into some of the events and programming you can expect in person.
Tickets will be sold through AXS: if you don’t have an AXS account already, we recommend making one in advance of the sale. Tickets will go on sale Friday, September 29 at 12pm PDT (19:00 GMT). Please note that you can purchase a maximum of two tickets per transaction. You’ll find more information about BlizzCon 2023 tickets at BlizzCon.com. Some content at BlizzCon is rated for Mature audiences and is not suitable for children: children under 7 will not be permitted to enter, and anyone under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
If you can’t make it to the show in person to catch the action, don’t worry, BlizzCon 2023 will be live streaming all content from the arena for free. We’ll also have details soon on a new set of in-game goodies for this year’s event we’re calling the “BlizzCon Collection” (previously known as the Virtual Ticket) – stay tuned to find out more in the coming weeks.
Whether you will be joining us in-person or online, we can’t wait to see you! To stay up to date with all things BlizzCon, be sure to follow us on our official social media channel, and head to BlizzCon.com for more information about the show.
Last week, Blizzard revealed more details about tickets for the upcoming BlizzCon and we also got to see the key art which shows Thrall. Now the question is why Thrall and what role will he play in WoW going forward?
If you haven't seen it yet here's the full version of the BlizzCon key art:
Each game has a different character tied to it, we have Lilith for Diablo, Winston representing Overwatch, an elf holding Hearthstone cards, a gnome engineer/flight master for Arclight Rumble and Thrall for WoW.
As far as announcements go, I believe Blizzard reveals a new WoW expansion every other BlizzCon and around BlizzCon, Dragonflight will have been out for just 1 year, so one would think they will reveal a big content update for the game instead.
Some wild speculations surrounding Thrall even mention the revival of Heroes of the Storm because this can easily be interpreted as HotS Thrall.
Just for comparison, Jaina was in the 2017 key art when Battle for Azeroth was announced and Sylvanas represented Warcraft on the BlizzCon 2019 key art when Shadowlands was revealed.
Do you think we'll see Thrall in Dragonflight or will we see a new expansion announcement? Let us know in the comments!