Wondering how you're going to spend your time at BlizzCon? Now you can find out.
It seems like everyone I know is champing at the bit in anticipation for BlizzCon, regardless of whether or not they're attending in person, watching online via pay-per-view, or just planning to read their favorite news sites for updates. Between the costumes, the parties, the discussion panels, the competitions, the who-knows-what reveals, and the possibility of hands-on playing of up-and-coming games and content, there's something for everyone, and everyone has been waiting as patiently as they can to find out exactly what to expect. Our wait is finally over.
Earlier today, Blizzard announced the full schedule of events for this year's BlizzCon event, taking place in a close-enough-to-spit-on two and a half weeks in sunny Anaheim, CA. The full schedule can be found at this link, with a listing of not only the entirity of the events planned, but also a description of the panels for the event.
With the Q&A sessions (for Diablo III, World of Warcraft class balancing, and the StarCraft II storyline), the discussions about upcoming WoW dungeons and raids, gameplay developments for Diablo III, a panel discussing strategies and advice for up-and-coming StarCraft II players, the always-enjoyable costume, song and dance contests, and an in-depth looks behind the scenes of the always-amazing Blizzard cinematics, I know that I'm already hard-pressed to decide where I want to be when; the choices are dizzying.
What panels and events most excite you? How will you spend your time at this year's BlizzCon? Just remember, if you're not planning/able to attend this year, you don't have to worry - we here at WarCry will be doing our best to deliver you all of your BlizzCon news from the floor of the event, which will be almost just as good as being there in person. Almost.