BlizzCon In-Game Goodies: D.Va Announcer and Portrait!
Blizzard Entertainment will give a unique D.va clan logo portrait and 12 D.va announcer audio files to BlizzCon attendees and Virtual Ticket viewers.
The audio files will be available for purchase at the BlizzCon Shop soon, but the clan logo portrait will be available in Patch 3.7.
D.Va is coming to StarCraft II!
We’re excited to reveal that the cache of StarCraft II’s in-game goodies, available for BlizzCon attendees and Virtual Ticket holders, will consist of a new D.Va announcer and portrait!
In the coming weeks, D.Va will join the cast of six other announcers we released with Patch 3.7—and she’s the first announcer whose origins lie outside the realm of StarCraft II lore! Although D.Va is known most recently for her activities within the Overwatch organization, her journey began in the StarCraft esports scene, where she became the #1 ranked player in the world at the age of 16. Her StarCraft experience makes her uniquely qualified to support you in-game!
As of Patch 3.7, portraits can now be shown in-game in place of a clan logo at your town hall, so there will be no shortage of ways to take advantage of these StarCraft II rewards. Everyone who attends BlizzCon 2016 or purchases a Virtual Ticket will unlock the D.Va announcer and her portrait! Check out our preview of some of her announcer lines below.
The D.Va announcer will be available for purchase at a later date, but her portrait is exclusively available to BlizzCon attendees and those watching from home via the Virtual Ticket. We’ll have more BlizzCon info coming soon, so stay tuned here and on our social channels on Facebook and Twitter!
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