Blizzard has had a shaky few years behind it. With the poor reception of Diablo Immortal and Warcraft 3: Reforged, they're a company in need of some reform. Hopefully, their leadership under Microsoft and further commitment to new games can help them somewhat.
The next step for the company is revealing a new Warcraft mobile app, which will soon be shown for the first time via an upcoming livestream!
Here's everything you need to know about the Warcraft mobile game stream including its start time and how to watch it.
How to watch the Warcraft Mobile Stream
The Blizzard Warcraft Stream will finally go live tonight on May 3rd. If you want to catch it for yourself, you will have to tune in at the following times:
- 10 am PT
- 12 am CST
- 1 am ET
- 6 pm BST
As of right now, there is one main way Blizzard want you to take part in this stream. They want you to click on the official reveal site and watch it there. This will likely be the most consistent way of doing so.
That being said, there are main other ways that you may want to think about. Over on YouTube, you can generally guarantee a consistent stream and tonnes of other people watching it with you. Here, it tends to be a little more hectic and your comments may get lost in the crowd.
If you don't want to watch it like this, Twitch is one of the biggest and best streaming platforms in the world. With customised emojis and functions designed for chat, this is a pretty good way to have your voice heard.
What could be coming?
As the stream says, we are currently anticipating a mobile game set in the Warcraft universe. As this spans across RTS, MMO, and even a movie, this could be pretty much anywhere. We know it has to work on current mobile hardware and will likely have some crossover with PC given the recent Diablo news.
Although it may need to be simplified somewhat, we could finally see the launch of a Warcraft RTS on mobile or even a variation on World of Warcraft.
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