We're pleased to announce the grand opening of our new Concept Art gallery, highlighting the myriad characters, environments, and other artwork we create during the development of our games. We plan to update this page regularly with a wide variety of never-before-seen pieces of art reaching all the way back to Blizzard's early days, so be sure to check back often!
FigurePrints is now offering FigurePrints Busts, the latest in its line of custom character statues. By focusing on the character’s head and shoulders, the busts are able to show greater detail in those areas than the original FigurePrints, and provide an impressive keepsake of your character wearing his or her latest and greatest gear. Busts are available for €59.95, and can be ordered now at the FigurePrints website.
We’re pleased to announce that the 2010 Arena Pass service is now open. This service, available to all players with a European World of Warcraft account, will give access to our special Arena Pass realm, designed to give you the perfect platform to prove your competitive abilities.
Players on this realm will have the freedom to equip pre-made level 80 characters with gear of their choosing, including the latest Wrathful Gladiator Season 8 items.
Face enough challengers, and you will receive the exclusive Murkimus bind-on-account pet. The very best Arena teams will contend for the exclusive “Vanquisher” title, bringing great fame to their high-level characters on their home realms.
We are happy to announce the second round of our StarCraft II Twitter Exposure Contest! As we venture into the final week, round one winners will be contacted while entries for round two make their way around the internet. In order to win a StarCraft II Beta Key, all you need to do is to dig around for a cool or interesting StarCraft II news or blog post, and tweet about it. For more information, please visit our StarCraft II Twitter Exposure Contest page here!
The Blizzard Pet Store has just been updated with a couple of fun new choices that you can get for your characters. Continuing in the theme of cute, miniaturized bosses, we have Lil' XT, and the Celestial Steed is the first-ever mount to be available through the service. Of course, the Pandaren Monk, Lil' K.T., and the Wind Rider Cub and Gryphon Hatchling plushies are still available there as well. Head over to the Pet Store to see what's available, or check the FAQ for more information.
We are happy to announce our latest StarCraft II contest for those of you who engage in the ever so popular Twitterverse! All you need to do in order to win a StarCraft II Beta Key is to dig around the net for a cool StarCraft II news or blog post and tweet about it. Not only will you be spreading the word of StarCraft II everywhere, but you could get your hands on your very own Beta key. For more information on how to win, visit our StarCraft II Twitter Exposure Contest page!
As you know, the beta test for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty is well underway -- as are our launch preparations. We’re pleased to reveal today that we’re putting together what will be our biggest, most feature-packed collector’s edition to date. The StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Collector’s Edition will contain…well…it’s too much to list here, so check out the press release for yourself and take a look at the special Collector’s Edition page we put together for this announcement.
Now’s your chance to get hold of the Blizzard n00bz! These lovely creations were previously only available during BlizzCon 2009, but the Blizzard Store is bringing back the n00bz for a limited time only.
Don’t forget to visit the Blizzard Store to check out other awesome action figures and digital pets or to get your own Battle.net Authenticator security device for total peace-of-mind. Want to improve your real life gear score? Check out our apparel line-up! Need some adventurous reading? Then come explore the Blizzard universes through our immersive books.
See you at the Blizzard Store!
The strength of an army is based on a great many variables. Are the correct orders being dispatched? Has the army's base been deployed in a strategic manner? Is morale high amongst the cannon fodder? Are the scouts providing the feedback required to bring the greatest advantage to the strategists? Even with these factors considered, one thing must always be taken care of in the most efficient way possible: resources are the key components in keeping the gears of war turning. So with that in mind we ask you in this week's poll: "Do you defend your mineral line?"
And for those lucky enough to be in the SCII Beta we'd like to ask you another question. How effective do you think the Battle.net matchmaking system is at pitting you against opponents of your skill level?