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This weekend Blizzard shared the schedule for next month's BlizzCon 2015. As usual, the convention's going to have something for pretty much every Blizzard fanbase.
World of Warcraft: Legion, announced this summer at Gamescom, will obviously have a big presence. Blizzard's going to reveal several more features for the expansion along with other information. Here are the descriptions of each event:
StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, the other imminent release, features prominently on the schedule as well. Blizzard has scheduled panels about the sound of the game as well as the development process for new units. A Friday panel called "The Future of StarCraft 2" could give us a peek into Blizzard's post-Void plans for the game.
Blizzard's new multiplayer shooter Overwatch is getting some love as well. The development team will hold an event called "Overwatch: What's New" on Friday to share some extra details. They'll then follow it up on Saturday with a "World of Overwatch" event, during which we'll probably find out more about the game's lore.
The only game without multiple events seems to be Diablo 3. Right now the schedule only lists an hour-long "dev talk" on Friday with the following description:
Join the Diablo development team to learn about new zones, new sets and legendary powers, new monsters, new features and more.
You can see screencaps of the full schedule here and here courtesy of MMO Champion. Still, this schedule probably isn't telling us the full story. For starters, Blizzard pulled the schedule offline soon after posting it so they might be making a few changes before the convention. Plus, the company's known to save a surprise reveal or two for the show. Maybe we'll find out something about that alleged Diablo project Blizzard is hiring for?
BlizzCon 2015 will take place in Anaheim, California on November 6th and 7th. You can buy Virtual Tickets for $40 so you can watch the convention live online. You'll also be able to catch up on the events via on-demand for two weeks afterward. Virtual Ticket holders, like the in-person attendees, will also get an array of special in-game items for Blizzard's various titles.