Blizzcon is without a doubt one of the biggest gaming conventions known to man (and woman)! It’s also perhaps one of the fastest selling events and has typically sold out within days of the tickets going on sale. So what’s a Blizzard fan to do to get some tickets? Well if you’re like me, you keep your face glued to your monitor and you smash that F5 repeatedly. And you’ll want to start doing that soon as Blizzard has announced that their ninth Blizzcon will take place throughout November 6-7, with tickets going on sale in two different batches; April 15 and then again on April 18.
“There’s no better way to connect with the ever-expanding Blizzard community than by bringing everyone together at BlizzCon,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “With more games in development than ever before, we’ll have plenty of exciting updates to share and lots of great eSports competition to look forward to—we can’t wait to see everyone there.”
Tickets for the event will be priced at $199 and will be available to purchase when the time is nigh at http://www.blizzcon2015.eventbrite.com/. Of course if you simply don’t want to head on over to the Anaheim Convention Center or just can’t score those tickets, the Virtual Ticket will still be available to purchase at a later date. I’ll be in the later, while it’s fun to attend events directly, some times it’s just as fun to chill in my own home.
I wonder what they’ll announce this time around. Last year we were treated to the announcement of Blizzard’s first FPS title, Overwatch.
For more information on BlizzCon 2015, visit the official website (www.blizzcon.com ). Additional details will be posted as the event draws near. Those interested in attending the show in person can make advance hotel reservations now and receive special BlizzCon rates by booking through theBlizzCon hotel website.