The next BlizzCon already has a date: keep track of Diablo 4, Overwatch 2 and other games

Nicknamed BlizzConline, it will arrive in February and will keep the traditions of the community intact.

One of the many video game fairs that have been canceled this year due to the coronavirus crisis has been the BlizzCon, the annual stage where Blizzard Entertainment announces news for its active games: Overwatch, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft, Diablo and to a lesser extent, Starcraft and Heroes of the Storm. Finally, the maneuver ended up being a postponement of the event until early 2021 and the adaptation to the digital format.

On its official blog, the company has closed a date: from February 19-20 2021. "There are still a lot of plans to make, but we wanted to give you a sneak peek at how you can participate in online events," comments a post on social media. For now, we only have a brief planning on the contents dedicated to the community, which will take place before the grand ceremony.

Fans have until January 4 to register for contests. cosplay, art, digital storytelling; and there is also a talent show space for alternative arts. There is also a "march of the murlocs digital "in the works, so fans will be able to share their throaty sounds in costume or any way they like.

Be that as it may, the BlizzConline It is the right event to keep track of the next games of the Californian company. Most notably, Overwatch 2 and Diablo IV are the most imposing projects on the list. While Lilith's sinister RPG could be begging for quite some time, it wouldn't be surprising if the next step for OW comes sooner than we expect — especially considering the slow pace at which the original is progressing.