Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War is still very much heading to PC and it will again be coming to Activision-Blizzard's exclusive launcher.
Regardless of how much you've played of Blizzard's re-release of its lauded RTS, Warcraft 3: Reforged refunds are currently being offered.
Bungie launched their Guardians for Australia Campaign, in which half the T-shirt sale profits will be donated to charities fighting the bush fires.
Destiny 2 developers will be holding a fundraising campaign sometime next week to help fight the bush fires currently devastating Australia.
If you're looking to hop into Destiny 2's free-to-play version New Light next week, here is everything that you'll be able to access.
Dark things are on the horizon for Destiny 2 players, as a new trailer has been released for the upcoming Shadowkeep expansion.
A recent update on Battle.net for Destiny 2 has finally removed Activision's credits since Bungie is now self-publishing the game.
Despite Activision and Bungie parting ways, BattleNet will still host Destiny 2 on its launcher for the foreseeable future.
A Blizz-con's pre-show announced that Destiny 2 will be free for anyone with a Battle.net account to own until November 18.
The PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be accessible with Blizzard's Battle.net client with a slew of optimization features.
After decades under the name Battle.net, Blizzard Entertainment has retired the branding for its game launcher app, which is now the Blizzard App.
This week's Brawl of the Week inside Heroes of the Storm featured a single-lane battleground map to celebrate Diablo's 20th anniversary. This map features, "art straight out of the High Heavens, a couple of Mercenary Camps, and
Jeff Kaplan, Game Director on Overwatch, has posted in the Battle.net forums responding to criticism of Mei's Legendary Holiday skin which was included with the Overwatch Holiday Update on December 13.
Blizzard has previously allowed one free BattleTag change per Battle.net account, but is now opening up the option to pay $10 to change the BattleTag yet again.
In a new update to Battle.net, anyone can now begin livestreaming their game to Facebook Live. This service is currently only available in the Americas, but Blizzard states will be coming soon to Europe and Asia.
Some time ago Blizzard announced that a system for paid name changes on Starcraft II was in the works. On friday they communicated that, unfortunately, the project has been deprioritized in favor of focusing on finally putting