Blizzard announced today that they will discontinue the BlizzConline scheduled to debut online in the first half of next year.
Blizzard is Blizzard's annual game event. It combines player gatherings and the announcement of new game news. However, due to the impact of the epidemic in the past two years, physical BlizzCon exhibitions are difficult to hold and are replaced by online formats. Originally, Blizzard announced in May this year that BlizzCon would not be held. Physical exhibition, but plans to hold BliccConline's online program and small on-site gatherings early next year.
However, Blizzard announced today that they have decided to suspend the BlizzConline scheduled to be held in the first half of next year. They feel that at this stage, it would be more appropriate to devote the energy needed to hold BlizzCon to provide team support and help and advance the progress of game development. .
Officials said that they also want to take this opportunity to reimagine the future of BlizzCon events. No matter what the event will be in the future, they must ensure that it is safe, warm and friendly, and diverse and inclusive. They will continue to communicate with players, and believe that BlizzCon will continue to play an important role in it, and they look forward to a different look when BlizzCon is held again in the future.
Officials pointed out that although they decided not to hold BlizzConline in February next year, they will continue to release game-related news and updates.
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