BlizzConline 2021 is just slightly over a week away, and Blizzard has now released the schedule for the upcoming two-day online event.
If you’re interested in learning about the current state of development and upcoming content for Blizzard’s games, you’ll find most of the relevant programs on the first day, which is February 20 (Saturday). At 7:10AM (these times are in GMT+8), there will be What’s Next programs for World of Warcraft and Diablo (it’s not specified if it’s Diablo 4 or Diablo Immortal, so I’m guessing that the Diablo slots will feature both), which will see the respective games’ development teams talking about upcoming content.
There’ll also be a Hearthstone Deep Dive for upcoming content and an Overwatch 2 behind-the-scenes program for a look at the development process and work-in-progress content. Later in the day, there will be Deep Dives for both WoW and Diablo, as well as a Diablo Developer Roundtable.
The second day will see Q&A sessions for WoW, Hearthstone, and Diablo, and you’ll have to wake up early (or not sleep) since they’ll be taking place at 4AM.
Of course, the event won’t be just about development talk - there’ll be streamer matches, community and user-made content showcases, a WoW cooking workshop, a Diablo-themed Critical Role campaign, and more as well.
You can check out the full schedule here.