Let’s celebrate the 4th Anniversary Overwatch Anniversary in 2020. This is the most exciting time to play with your friends! In this year’s anniversary, all previous seasonal brawl events will return and all seasonal cosmetics will be opened! Until June 10, all players can log in to Overwatch on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch to celebrate Overwatch Anniversary 2020. Watch the launching video too!
WEEKLY CHALLENGE ● Weekly Challenge is available now. You can get a limited edition prize by winning nine matches. ● Prizes include various icons, spray, and Epic skin! o Week 1: Carbon Fiber Sigma (Epic) o Week 2: Fleur de Lis Widowmaker (Epic) o Week 3: Masked Man McCree (Epic)
NEW COSMETIC ● 5 Legendary Skin o Masquerade Reaper o Huitzilopochtli Zenyatta o Little Red Ashe o Submarine Wrecking Ball o Dragoon Mercy ● 3 Epic Skin ● Player Icon, Emote, dan Spray
For more information, you can directly visit the event page. Happy Anniversary, and see you on Overwatch!
The much-awaited Overwatch SEA Design Contest has entered the voting phase! Players from Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam have shown the world’s talent in creating a unique Overwatch map.
The Art Team from Overwatch will conduct a rigorous selection to choose the 8 best works and participants will get amazing prizes. You can also vote 3 of your favorite Overwatch Design and 4 of the most popular participants will get a Popularity Award.
8 Winners will get:
First Place (Map Master Prize): Nintendo Switch & Overwatch Legendary Edition.
Second Place (Map Design Specialist Prize): Overwatch Mercy Statue.
Third Place (Born to be Artist Prize): Overwatch Hoodie Jacket & US $100 Blizzard Balance.
Fourth Place – Eighth (Designers Prize): US$ 100 Blizzard Balance.
Winners with the highest number of votes (Popularity Award) will get prizes:
First Place (SEA Popularity Prize): US$150 Blizzard Balance.
Second Place (Grand Master Prize): US$100 Blizzard Balance.
Third Prize (Master Prize): US$70 Blizzard Balance.
Fourth place (Diamond Prize): US$30 Blizzard Balance.
There are currently 18 Map Designs that you can vote on. Even 4 of them were inspired by areas in Indonesia such as Bali and Sudirman Street. For those who want to vote, just go to the voting page then login and vote on 3 of your Favorite Map Designs! Voting can be held until June 8, 2020.
For more information, visit the event page 2020 SEA Overwatch Map Design Contest.
The 17.2 patch includes three new Heroes and a new minion for Battlegrounds. We’ve also added the ability to rearrange your decks, a new visual aid for end of Season rewards, and more!
As a note, we’ve restructured assets in 17.2 so the data download for this patch will be similar to a fresh install. Pardon our dust!
Dire Wolf Alpha has been removed from the minion pool.
[Tier 1, Beast] 3 Attack, 1 Health.
After you play a minion with Deathrattle, gain +1/+1.
Players with Battlegrounds perks will have immediate access to playtest these three new heroes before they are fully unlocked on May 26.
Evolving Electricity [Passive]: After you upgrade Bob’s Tavern, replace his minions with ones of a higher Tier.
Imprison [Cost 1]: Make a minion in Bob’s Tavern Dormant. After 2 turns, get it with +1/+1.
Verdant Spheres [Passive]: Every third minion you buy gains +2/+2.
You can now reorder your deck lists! While viewing your deck list in the Collection Manager, press and hold a deck button to enter “rearranging” mode. Once you’re in rearranging mode, just click and drag on your decks to order them! Deck rearranging will not work until all nine starting heroes (excluding Demon Hunter) are unlocked.
The safety and well-being of our competitors, organizers, employees, local communities, and partners continues to be our top priority and is the primary consideration with every decision we make.
After careful review and according to guidance set forth by local, regional, and national health authorities, as well as the World Health Organization and Public Health England, The Pokémon Company has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Pokémon World Championships (scheduled for August 14–16 in London, United Kingdom).
Along with the announcement of the cancellation of the “2020 Pokémon World Championships”, it is with a heavy heart that The Pokémon Company will cancel the “2020 National Championships”, “Regional League” and “Town League” for the safety and health of the participants.
Priority rights to participate in the “National Championships” obtained in the 2020 seasonal matches or the rights obtained from other events will be transferred and become valid for each seasonal match in 2021.
The re-implementation of future official matches will be determined carefully by complying with policies and instructions of the government and related agencies, and will be announced through Facebook and other official accounts. Further details are being actively worked on and we will communicate them with all of you as soon as they are finalized.
“The Pokémon World Championships” will take place next year in London. We hope that in order to face the peak match of the Pokémon Card Game next year, we will be able to see players who fight eagerly at the event in each store that sells Pokémon cards, Gym, and official matches.
Join us as we bid farewell to the Year of the Dragon and welcome the Year of the Phoenix!
The new Hearthstone Year will kick off with Ashes of Outland, which takes place in the shattered and war-torn world that was the setting for 2007’s World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade. This exciting expansion set aims toshake up the meta game with a set of powerful new cards alongside Hearthstone’s first-everall new class. . .
1. New Class, The Demon Hunter
Are you prepared? The Year of the Phoenix will introduce Hearthstone’s first new class since launch: The Demon Hunter. Driven by fury and vengeance, the Demon Hunter excels at unbridled aggression, exemplified by its Hero Power Demon Claws, a one mana-cost single-turn boost to the hero’s Attack, designed around robust synergies with its class cards. Demon Hunters also have access to cards with the Outcast keyword, which become more powerful when played from the right- or leftmost position of your hand.
The Demon Hunter is a full-fledged, permanent class free for all Hearthstone players who complete the Demon Hunter Prologue missions, which retells Illidan Stormrage’s origin story from his perspective . . . and with a Hearthstone twist. Players will also receive, free, all 10 Demon Hunter Basic cards, as well as a 20-card Demon Hunter Starter set. Starting with Ashes of Outland, players can expand their collections with 15 new Demon Hunter cards, with 45 in total being planned for the Year of the Phoenix across the year’s upcoming three expansions.
2. New Legendary, The Prime
New to Ashes of Outland, Primes are powerful minions who shuffle a vastly-upgraded version of themselves back into your deck when they’re taken off the board. Every class save the Demon Hunter has its own unique Prime, like the Warrior minion Kargath Bladefist. An aggressive 4 mana 4/4 with Rush in his starting form, Kargath upgrades into Kargath Prime, an 8 mana 10/10 with Rush, who grants you 10 armor whenever he kills an enemy minion.
3. Beware of the Imprisoned Demon
Ashes of Outland also introduces Imprisoned Demons, who come into play “dormant” for two turns. Initially unable to attack and impervious to any threats, these powerful minions unleash tempo-shifting effects once they’re activated, with the potential to swing the outcome of a match.
Kael’thas Sunstrider, a Legendary neutral minion, is also breaking free in Ashes of Outland, will enter Hearthstone a month early! All players can log in on March 18 to receive the Lord of the Blood Elves and harness his unique power—with Kael’thas in play, your third spell every turn is free.