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Some of you may have noticed that a certain popular StarCraft II character in Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm is missing a signature accoutrement. Tychus, the armored space marine, is known for having a stogie dangling out of the side of his mouth, but in Heroes of the Storm it's missing and Blizzard recently explained why.
Blizzard's newest MOBA, Heroes of the Storm, recently entered open beta. This means that any and everyone can log into the game and start playing. In addition to going open beta, the company recently announced that they have added global play, so people from outside of their region can make characters or profiles on various global servers.
Summer is just around the corner and, as is often the case, that lonely period spanning June and August isn't exactly jam-packed with new game releases to keep everyone busy. Thankfully, we managed to scrounge up a few recommendations to help pass the time and keep everyone indoors through the year's hottest months.
Heroes of the Storm will be adding another Diablo 3 character to its ranks soon. Johanna is based on the Crusader class first introduced in the Reapers of Souls expansion.
Today Blizzard revealed the next character joining Heroes of the Storm's roster. The latest addition is none other than Kael'thas Sunstrider from Warcraft 3 and World of Warcraft.
Blizzard plans to add more more characters to Heroes of the Storm in the coming months. Their decades of games give them plenty of potential heroes and villains to chose for the MOBA's roster.
The closed beta for Blizzard's MOBA Heroes of the Storm is winding down. Today the studio announced that the game's open beta and official release will both arrive in the coming months.
Players can currently get access to Heroes of the Storm's closed beta by purchasing a Founder's Pack. Later this week, though, Blizzard will stop selling the bundle.
Heroes of the Storm will be receiving a new character and battleground along with several cosmetic items next week. To celebrate the patch's launch, Blizzard is cranking up experience point gains for the PC and Mac MOBA starting today.
Blizzard's newly minted MOBA, Heroes of the Storm, is making the jump from streaming video to cable television. Yesterday, ESPN announced that it would broadcast an upcoming eSports tournament on one of its network channels.
At PAX East 2015, Blizzard revealed their next steps for growing Heroes of the Storm. Soon the MOBA will be receiving a new character and a new Battleground.
Wishing you were taking part in the Heroes of the Storm beta and jealous of your friends who have been enjoying it for the past several weeks? Well, you might want to be extra nice to them in the future, as a new wave of beta testing is set to begin that will allow those currently playing the game to invite their best buds to the party.
Heroes of the Storm's latest hero actually three characters in one. Players will be able to lead the Lost Vikings - Olaf, Baleog, and Erik - into battle today thanks to the latest patch.
Heroes of the Storm might seem similar to competitors like Dota 2 and League of Legends but it's actually quite different. The changes that Blizzard made to the standard MOBA formula are bound to make fans of the genre other love or hate the game.