There were many other games revealed at BlizzCon 2019 this year that were not Diablo related. It is BlizzCon after all so there’s plenty to digest. No new franchises or anything like that but more updates to existing titles.
World of WarCraft: Shadowlands
The next expansion for World of Warcraft is Shadowlands. With Sylvannas destroying the Lich King’s Crown she helped shatter the boundaries between the world of the living and the shadowlands. This expansion will feature 5 new zones as well as Covenants to gain rep/allegence with to permanently add to your characters. There will be a level squish as well. In the Shadowlands you start off at level 50. This will revamp the leveling experience. Check the World of Warcraft: Shadowlands page for more details.
Hearthstone: Descent of Dragons
The next expansion for Hearthstone is Descent of Dragons featuring mechanics based on the many Dragons of Azeroth plus some original ones for the game. This expansion is the third part of a trilogy in a story that has been a year long venture. A new keyword Invoke, and each class will also get Dragon breaths. There will also be a new game mode Battlegrounds. Check out more on the Hearthstone page.
Overwatch 2 is the sequel for Overwatch but, “What we’re hoping to do with Overwatch 2 is really redefine what a sequel means.” Jeff Kaplan said. Everything we have acquired and built-in our collections, Skins, sprays, and all cosmetics would carry over to Overwatch 2. They also will make sure that people who don’t have OW2 can still play the new maps and even new heroes. In OW2 this game will have much more PvE game stories as well as a new PvP game mode called Push. Check out more on the Overwatch 2 page.
StarCraft II: New CO-OP Commander: Arcturus Mengsk
StarCraft II got a small content addition unveiled at BlizzCon 2019, and that is of a new Co-op Commander Arcturus Mengsk.
- Recommended for experienced players
- Conscript a large disposable army of Dominion Troopers
- Control and level up the Royal Guard, your personal elite fighting force
You can check out in much further details on the Co-op Commander over on the StarCraft II page.
WarCraft III: Reforged
The game’s beta is available to anyone with a Virtual/BlizzCon 2019 ticket purchase. Check out more info on the WarCraft III: Reforged page.
That’s about it for all of the announcements for the other non-Diablo Blizzard games.