The Activision Blizzard conference dedicated to the results of the first quarter of 2013 has just ended and as usual, Mike Morhaime spoke and I am here to see the various info revealed about Blizzard games.
The long-term projects involve Blizzard All-Stars and the upcoming MMO. which implies unlikely to know much more about them this year.
Projects for 2013 are Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Diablo III for PS3 and new content for World of Warcraft.
Interest Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is present. The public beta is expected this summer, with a PC / Mac release later. The iPad release will follow shortly after.
All tickets for BlizzCon 2013 were sold in just a few seconds.
World of Warcraft
The game has 8.3 million subscribers, a drop of 1.3 million compared to the figures for February. The decrease relates primarily to the subscriber East, specifically China.
The decline in the number of subscribers is expected to continue in the current year. Logical since the next expansion will probably not happen until another time.
The release of patch 5.3 is expected this month and the content will continue to arrive at a good speed to maintain the commitment of the players.
Blizzard wants to facilitate the return of players in WoW. New features for this side.
Diablo III is in the top 10 best selling PC games for the first quarter.
No specific information about the release date of Diablo III PS4.
1.1 million copies of StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm were sold the first two days of marketing.
Unlike the conference in February 2013 when Mike Morhaime announced the beta Blizzard All-Stars shortly after the release of HotS, nothing has been confirmed this time, suggesting a delay on that side.
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