Jan 04, 2017 07:18 PM EST | By Henry Abragan
Blizzard Entertainment was noted to have celebrated 20 years with Diablo on Dec. 31, 2016. Special in-game items and events rolled out including new brawl maps on "Heroes of the Storm," among others.
Blizzard Entertainment also revealed that Diablo-themed goodies were launched on its other popular franchises beginning the end of 2016. Blizzard Entertainment also revealed that special in-game events and bonus items would be coming to users of "Diablo III", "Hearthstone", "Overwatch", "Heroes of the Storm", "World of Warcraft" and "Starcraft II."
It is expected that users would be updating their games starting today to avail of the in-game items and events for a limited time. Blizzard Entertainment is yet to reveal until when the items would be redeemable.
On the other hand, the developers did reveal several notes on what is coming to the Blizzard Entertainment games such as a Diablo-themed worker portrait for "StarCraft II" players and Diablo-themed in-game sprays and a new player icon for "Overwatch" players. Additionally, a new brawl map, new player portrait are coming for "Heroes of the Storm" players and a mysterious new deck for "Hearthstone" gamers, Digital Trends reported.
Blizzard Entertainment Is Throwing Diablopalooza Party
In other news, Blizzard entertainment is reportedly celebrating its beloved action RPG with a series of Diablo-themed events in multiple games. It should be noted that the game was popuar for its ability in amp up the reputation of Blizzard entertainment in fantasy and sci-fi RPGs. Moreover, the developers are reportedly inviting everyone to its limited-time party.
Blizzard Entertainment has revealed Diablo-Themed events for most of its hit titles. It has been revealed that the Darkening of Tristram may be the developer's biggest event. Note that the event reimagines the first 16 levels of the original game complete with monsters, quests and NPCs, CNET reported.
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