"Blizzard severely miscalculated how their fans would respond," said Cowen and Company to investors.
Blizzard denies pulling any announcements or having any plans for the same.
This whole mess could have been avoided...
The game "would not allow you" to play without an internet connection, according to Blizzard's Wyatt Cheng.
Expect "more mobile titles" that span "all of our IPs", says Blizzard's Allen Adham.
Control scheme "taking inspiration" from NetEase's other titles, says Blizzard's Allen Adham.
Co-founder Allen Adham reaffirms that "multiple things" are in development.
Blizzard doesn't want to "break" multiplayer, but would also "like to see some changes."
Set between Diablo 2 and 3, this mobile offshoot is developed by NetEase.
McCree meets the newest playable hero, along with a mysterious entity.
The legendary RTS, widely acclaimed to be one of the greatest of all time, returns.
Both virtual and standard ticket holders can pre-load the demo over the next 24 hours.
Available through Battle.net, the tool will allow for watching matches from any camera.
Blizzard reveals more details for the demo ahead of its BlizzCon 2018 release.
"We know what many of you are hoping for," says the developer.
The recently revealed poster and T-shirts are simply product names.
"What's Next" for Overwatch, Diablo, Heartstone and more will also be revealed.
Virtual Ticket holders can also try out the same demo after the opening ceremony.
Purchase the virtual ticket today and garner in-game loot for all major Blizzard titles.