The initial allotment of tickets for BlizzCon 2009 has now been sold out. If you weren
Blizzard is preparing to announce a new contest that starts on May 20. The winners of this contest will get free trip for two to BlizzCon 2009 and some phat lootz. The catch? You better be good at sewing costumes … or a blacksmith or leatherworker in real life.
|Warm up your sewing machines and start selecting the best fabrics you can; the Blizzard Costume Contest is coming soon! The best costume-maker will receive a grand prize package filled with great loot from our partners Panini, SteelSeries, and Upper Deck as well as an a trip for two to BlizzCon 2009! Check out our contest information page for details.
This contest will launch on May 20 so get your costumes ready!
Starcraft II Fans eager to watch the Battle Report 2 should be satisfied to hear that it is almost upon us according to Karune. Very nice to get updates on its production, even if there is no ETA revealed.
|Karune: Localization is just about finished and we are clearing it through a few more legal channels, as certain countries are more cautious when it comes to gore in video games. I know I’ve been telling ya, but it shouldn’t be too much longer. Will keep you updated.|
Blizzard has been incredibly active with StarCraft II updates after the release of Q&A Batch 49. It is a very good sign that their internal closed beta date is very close. Today, Cydra posted a new poll to find out your feedback. We encourage all our visitors and long-time loyal followers to participate in this official poll that aims to research your overall opinion concerning the recent game mechanics and model overhaul.
|Vote for the new game mechanics
The StarCraft 2 team has made a number of changes in each of the races and the new game mechanics are expected to provide players with more strategic options and chances.
Here are the new game mechanics for gathering resources and building up army. And you can check more changes in each races at the latest StarCraft II Q&A – Batch 49(StarCraft II Q&A – Batch 49) as well. So, what do you think of this new game mechanics change?
Protoss Dark Pylon:
The Starcraft II Team wants your feedback to choose which of the three types of Dark Templar will be used in Starcraft II. Your participation and collaboration will decide the design process and appearance of the Dark Templar. If you are among the fans who do not like the Dark Templar’s appearance this is your chance to let your voice be heard. Cast your vote at the official poll and add your comments too.
You can watch the different types of Dark Templar animations at the Starcraft2.com Website.