Blizzard’s annucal conference is back for 2019 and there could be some big news in store such as Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4. Here are all the details on when BlizzCon is and how you can watch the live stream.
When is BlizzCon 2019?
BlizzCon 2019 takes place on 1-3 November at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.
How to watch the BlizzCon 2019 live stream
If you’re not going to BlizzCon in person then you can watch a live stream of the event online. Blizzard will be providing access to the opening ceremony for free, but you’ll need a ‘virtual ticket’ to gain access to other part of the event.
The Virtual Ticket costs £34.99/$50 via Battle.net and will mean you get the All-Access Channel including exclusive developer interviews, the Community Night and Closing Festivities.
It seems pretty pricey but Blizzard also includes commemorative in-game loot to sweeten the deal. These include two Legendary Overwatch skins (Warcraft ones), a BlizzCon 2019 Card Back for Hearthstone and a Celestial Deepcrawler mount for Heroes of the Storm.
What can we expect from Blizzcon 2019?
As usual, you can expect a lot from BlizzCon this year including the tournaments/finals for various games such as Overwatch, Starcraft II and Hearthstone.
You can see the whole BlizzCon 2019 schedule here but here are the highlights. All times listed in PT.
- Opening Ceremony – 11 AM
- Quarter Century of Warcraft Audio – 12:30 PM
- Life at Blizzard: Career, Culture, and Insights – 2 PM
- Heroes of the Storm Update – 3:15 PM
- Blizzard Animation: The Art of Setting the Scene – 4:15 PM
- Hearthstone Update – 5:15 PM
- Artists at Work: Diablo – 10:30 AM
- World of Warcraft Update – 11:15 AM
- Artists at Work: Overwatch – 12:00 PM
- Overwatch Update – 1:15 PM
- Warcraft 3: Reforged Update – 3:15 PM
- Closing Entertainment – 7:30 PM
As you can see there are some interesting sessions which will provided detailed updates on the games. We’re particularly interested in the Overwatch session as Blizzard could well announce Overwatch 2.
Fans of Hearthstone, WoW and Heroes of the Storm will also want to tune in to get the latest news. The rumour mill suggests that Diablo 4 could also be on the menu so watch the opening ceremony to find out if it features.