During the opening ceremonies of BlizzCon 2013, Blizzard showed off the latest gameplay footage for the all-star MOBA they are calling Blizzard: The Game, Heroes of the Storm.
The game once known as Blizzard DOTA changed its name to Blizzard All-Stars after a dispute between heavyweight publishers Valve and Blizzard. Now, the Warcraft company has settled on a new name for the competitive online game. It’s going to be called Heroes of the Storm.
Two of gaming's best and most beloved video game studios are no longer squabbling about the word DoTA. The makers of World of Warcraft and the creators of Half-Life jointly announced in a blast to the press today that they have reached "a mutual agreement regarding concerns over names of upcoming products."
Kerrigan. The Queen of Blades. The most feared woman in the known universe, destroyer of worlds, and murderer of millions. The greatest leader the Zerg has ever known.
You've seen the video, now take a look at the character selection screens for Blizzard DOTA, showing off the four classes and iconic heroes taking up arms in Blizzard's official StarCraft II mod.
It's a Blizzfan's wet dream come true as iconic characters from various universes take armies into battle against each other in Blizzard DOTA. While it's known that Blizzard's working on a MOBA-style game, no one would've predicted that it was going to look anything like this. Watch the trailer that accompanied the…
Aiur Chef? Left 2 Die? StarJeweled? Blizzard DOTA? What's going on with the four new official game modes coming to StarCraft 2? These four visual guides will give you the skinny.