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BlizzCon returns this year after four years

BlizzCon returns this year after four years

After 2019, Blizzard announced that its home event will finally open its doors this November in Anaheim, where visitors will be matched with cosplay and developer demos.

snowstorm announceBlizzCon 2023 will be held November 3-4 to be exact. It will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. This will be the first in-person event since 2019 where everyone is welcome. As you know, for the past four years we have only been able to enjoy the event in digital format, after the intervention of the pandemic and workplace conflicts affecting the studio.

Blizzard will provide information about ticket purchasing information, entry options for cosplayers, and other contest details next month.

The digital event was canceled last year, studio head Mike Ybarra said at the time that they definitely want to return to the live event in 2023 to celebrate their community, and now it’s finally official!

In November, we may have received new news about World of Warcraft, updates for Diablo IV and Overwatch 2. BlizzCon will be a great opportunity for the team to unveil a brand new survival game, the existence of which has been revealed through various vacancies.

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