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BlizzConline: Blizzard's 14th in-house exhibition on February 19, 2021 goes digital

Until further notice, BlizzCon is called BlizzConline, from February 19th to 20th, 2021, it will be made up for digitally. Blizzard Entertainment announced this just a few hours ago on its English-language Twitter channel, without giving any details.

Blizzard focuses on the community

Apart from community competitions and cosplay shows, for which interested parties can register on the official website, Blizzard did not reveal anything about the main focus or possible presentations. The German-language announcement, which has also appeared in the meantime, only speaks of cosplay, talent, storytelling and art competitions as well as various shows.

While we can't meet in person at BlizzCon this year, we're aiming to bring the BlizzCon vibe straight to your home with an online show early next year.

There is still a lot to be planned and it will take a while before we can provide you with more details, but we want to tell you right now how you can be part of this online spectacle.


We expect new information about Diablo IV, which was presented at the 13th BlizzCon 2019, Diablo Immortal, for which Blizzard had to take a lot of criticism at the 12th BlizzCon 2018, as well as World of Warcraft: Shadowlands (system requirements), Hearthstone and Overwatch 2.

📢 BlizzConline is set to take place February 19-20, 2021!

There's lots of planning left to do, but we wanted to provide an early heads-up on how you can take part in the online festivities! 🎉

Check out the blog for more details on the fun! 👀

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- Blizzard Entertainment (@Blizzard_Ent) September 21, 2020
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