Fresh from their debut at BlizzCon 2009, the fun and adorable murloc plush dolls, two of the hottest items for sale at the show, are now available to the general public via the Blizzard Online Store. The blue Murky plush doll and the white Lurky plush doll are only 14.99 euros each, but will only be available while supplies last, so visit the Blizzard Store before it’s too late.
This autumn, Blizzard Entertainment and J!NX will be offering European players stunning t-shirts and other stylish apparel.
Discover J!NX's special World of Warcraft collection, as well as a multitude of other fresh designs and classic products. There will also be exclusive t-shirt designs only available to European customers. Find the perfect gear and set yourself apart from the crowd at www.jinx.com/eu.
The only thing cooler than exclusive Blizzard Europe gear is free Blizzard Europe gear. If you sign up for the free J!NX newsletter (English) before September 30, 2009, you'll be entered into a competition to win one of ten 100€ J!NX gift certificates. Winners will be notified by email no later than October 31, 2009.
Be the first to get your hands on these exclusive European t-shirts at www.jinx.com/eu and reveal your inner geek chic.
For a limited time, the Blizzard Store is offering apparel and other items at special reduced prices, so you can get your favorite t-shirts up to 20% cheaper. If you wish to proclaim your allegiance, let everyone know that you survived Barrens chat, or offer your services as tank, now is the time to visit the Blizzard Store.
This August brought us to gamescom 2009 in Cologne, Germany. At gamescom, we hosted many events, including raids with members of the guilds “For the Horde” and “Ensidia”. In addition to these live raids, there were Q&A quizzes, levelling contests, and hands-on demos of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and Diablo III. To get a feel for the atmosphere at gamescom, check out our extensive coverage of the event, including our photo gallery and an exclusive interview with “For the Horde.”
World of Warcraft is now coming soon to a mailbox near you! Each issue of the just-announced World of Warcraft: The Magazine will feature 148 pages of entertaining and insightful content about the game, including in-depth interviews, expert analysis, and player points of view. One year subscriptions are available for €41.95, or £29.95 (shipping and handling included). Check out the official announcement for more information, or head over to the subscription page to place an order.
The third day of the gamescom 2009 in Cologne, Germany is over with plenty of fast-paced and exciting live raid events and competitions. During the last three days we were able to see the the top guilds For the Horde and Ensidia performing thrilling live raids in front of an incredible huge and enthusiastic audience at the Blizzard Entertainment booth. Bosses in Ulduar and the Crusaders Coliseum including Yogg-Saron and Algalon were impressively defeated by the guilds.
Several events live on stage like Q&A Quizzes and Death Knight Levelling contests plus the opportunity to get hands on the new Blizzard Entertainment titles StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and Diablo III enthralled the hundreds of fans who enjoyed their time at the booth of Blizzard Entertainment here in Cologne.
Since the reveal of the new monk class for Diablo III during the BlizzCon on Friday evening (CEST) visitors were able to check out the breathtaking moves and abilities of this cool and awesome new character as well as watching the new exciting trailers for the brand new expansion Cataclysm for World of Warcraft.
We would like to thank everyone who stopped by the Blizzard booth at gamescom and we hope to see you again next year!
BlizzCon 2009 has officially come to an end! Ozzy Osbourne's thunderous performance brought down the roof of the Anaheim Convention Center, Level 80 Elite Tauren Chieftain escaped through the hole in their stetched zeppelin and headed to their next gig in Orgrimmar, and at least half of the audience members survived.
We'd like to thank everyone who helped to make this year's show a success, including comedian Jay Mohr, who hosted the contests on Friday evening, Ozzy Osbourne, and all of our partners and sponsors, including ASUS, DIRECTV, Intel, Mountain Dew, NVIDIA, and Razer. Most of all, we'd like to thank the community of gamers – without your dedication and support, BlizzCon wouldn't be possible.
You can check out some of the highlights from this year's show on www.blizzcon.com, from the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm announcement to the Diablo III monk reveal to the new details on what players can expect from the updated Battle.net when it launches with StarCraft II. And there's still more photos and other post-show updates to come, so be sure stay tuned to eu.blizzard.com/blizzcon.
The fourth BlizzCon is underway, and we'll be giving players a look at the new game features and upcoming developments discussed in some of the World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and StarCraft II panels throughout the show. We'll be updating www.blizzcon.com with new information from the panels regularly, so be sure to check back often.
We've updated the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm FAQ with some new details from the World of Warcraft Game Systems, Dungeons & Raids, and other developer panels at BlizzCon 2009. Check out the new info here -- and in case you missed it yesterday, visit the recently launched Cataclysm web site for screenshots and the official trailer, along with a look at the expansion's features, new races, key characters, and more.
At BlizzCon we announced our plans for the third World of Warcraft Expansion: Cataclysm and the devasting changes it will bring to Azeroth. To find out more about what was revealed at BlizzCon, go to our Cataclysm Panel recap and share your thoughts of what's planned for this upcoming expansion!
In addition to the Cataclysm Panel recap we're also hosting discussions on: