Blizzcon 2015 To Highlight ‘World Of Warcraft: Legion’; Games Event To Open On Nov. 6


Blizzcon 2015 To Highlight ‘World Of Warcraft: Legion’; Games Event To Open On Nov. 6

Blizzcon 2015 To Highlight ‘World Of Warcraft: Legion’; Games Event To Open On Nov. 6

The upcoming Blizzcon 2015 on Nov. 6-7 is expected to highlight the “World of Warcraft: Legion.”
In a report by PC Games N , it was revealed that except for the report about the newest expansion of Blizzard’s popular massively multiplayer online (MMO) game, the leaked information “makes it seem like big announcements will be limited at this year’s show, with ‘WoW’s Legion’ expansion, first seen at Gamescom, taking center stage.”

Blizzcon is an annual celebration of Blizzard’s franchises.
The tech site further speculated that the two-day event would be talking a lot about what the “World of Warcraft: Legion” has in store for its fans and gamers.
“The extra-long panel immediately following the opening ceremony is always the ‘main event’, and this time it’s a deep dive on what Legion has to offer,” it noted.
The PC Games N also pointed out that a “Warcraft” movie trailer, panel or both, could be something that fans may not see as well during the Blizzcon 2015.
While the convention could be the best avenue to promote it considering its mid-2016 premiere, it appeared that “all is silent on the scheduling front,” except for the focus that it will give to the “World of Warcraft: Legion” game expansion.
Although Director Duncan Jones had even been teasing that fans could anticipate it at Blizzcon 2015, the site alleged that it “will simply be part of the opening ceremony rather than having a spotlight on itself, but considering it got a full panel despite a lack of footage last year, it’s very odd.”
Meanwhile, Game Rant  reported that a “World of Warcraft: Legion” content and overview will be presented for an hour and a half.
The site clarified, though, that amid the star treatment that “WoW’s” expansion will get, “that doesn’t mean Blizzard’s other franchises will go ignored.”
It disclosed that aside from the “World of Warcraft: Legion,” “Heroes of the Storm” and “StarCraft II” will be highlighted, too.

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