We’re nearing that time of the year again when Blizzard Entertainment holds BlizzCon, its annual convention devoted to its current IPs. That means the virtual tickets are also on sale, offering an All-Access look at different panels and interviews outside of the opening ceremony and esports tournaments. You also get some nifty cosmetics and in-game items.
The star of the cosmetic line-up is Overwatch which includes Legendary skins for Symmetra and Genji from Warcraft. The former gets Tyrande Whisperwind while the latter receive Illidan Genji because reasons. The virtual ticket costs $49.99 – here are some of the other items you can get for their respective games.
World of Warcraft: Ride the tides of war with a pair of Murloc-ified faction leaders: Finduin (for Alliance heroes) and Gillvanas (for the Horde). Plus, bundle up for your next trip to the icy mountains with the whimsical Wendigo Woolies transmog outfit. Available in-game starting today!
Hearthstone: Celebrate the excitement of BlizzCon the next time you sit down for a duel with the BlizzCon 2019 Card Back. Then prepare to claim a mysterious Golden Legendary card, to be revealed at BlizzCon. In-game after BlizzCon!
Heroes of the Storm: Make your mark in the Nexus with a commemorative BlizzCon spray and portrait, and ride into battle on the Celestial Deepcrawler mount. It may not look dangerous, but those claws can give you a nasty pinch… or wipe out all life on your planet. Available in-game starting today!
StarCraft II: Equip a trio of Brood War–era unit skins and portraits the next time you go into battle. Scout for a zerg ambush aboard the Classic Battlecruiser, hunt your prey with the sinewy Classic Ultralisk, and honor Tassadar’s sacrifice with the Classic Carrier. Available in-game starting today!
Diablo 3 will also receive some commemorative wings with more details on the same to be revealed later. BlizzCon 2019 is set to take place on November 1st to 2nd in Anaheim, California. Rumours have circulated in the past few months regarding reveals for Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, the latter focusing more on PvE. Stay tuned in the meantime for more information.