Blizzard Entertainment @ G-Star 2011 Trade Show Nov 10-13

Blizzard Entertainment will be exhibiting, starting tomorrow, at the South Korean G-Star 2011 Games Trade Show through November 10-13. Attendees can find Blizzard at booth N02.

G-Star 2011 Attendees will be able to play a Diablo III Korean localization demo, StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria and Blizzard DOTA. — check out Blizzard KR website.

I don’t know Korean language, but images are worth a thousand words. Products sold at the BlizzCon Store in Anaheim will be available at G-Star too — including the Doomhammer replica, the SteelSeries Diablo III Mouse & Headset, and the Mega Bloks Battlecruiser.

The G-Star event is held at the BEXCO Busan Exhibition & Convention Center (Map)

Speculation-Mode On

  • Could G-Star be the platform to announce details about Blizzard’s Titan MMO?

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  • We’re just 10 days away from Blizzcon, if they had any Titan details to share, they would’ve done it then.

  • Anonymous

    1. Diablo III was announced at the 2008 Blizzard Worldwide Invitationals in Paris, France.
    2. Diablo III Inferno mode revealed at GamesCom 2011.
    3. World of Warcraft Patch 4.3 Deathwing Encounter revealed at GamesCom 2011 (Germany)
    4. Diablo III Caravan revealed at GamesCon 2010 (Germany)
    5. Cataclysm open beta start date and release date in South Korean revealed – G-Star 2010
    6. StarCraft II development revealed on May 19, 2007 at Blizzard Worldwide Invitationals in South Korea.

    I can’t see the future to know whether Blizzard will mention or announce anything about the Titan MMO, but something we can agree on is that Blizzard isn’t so easy to predict, and they strategically make announcements at the less expected place.

    BlizzCon is a nice place to announce Blizzard games and let player test the demo. However, GamesCom, G-Star, Tokyo Game Show, and other international conventions have tons of press reaching outside Blizzard’s playerbase. Once news is revealed in any of those, it hits the fan and spreads to Blizzard playerbase and beyond.

    • Anonymous

      I think we’re still at LEAST a year out from Blizzard’s new MMO getting revealed. With that said both SC2 and Diablo 3 announcements had a lot of hype surrounding them before each event that they would get announced.