Here’s what is in this year’s BlizzCon goody box

Whether you’re attending BlizzCon or not, you can be the proud owner of this year’s BlizzCon goody box. Physical attendees get $10 off a box at the convention (which makes it $25 total), while everyone else has the option to shell out $35 to buy one on the side as long as supplies hold out.

So what’s inside? There’s an official BlizzCon backpack with a fuzzy section to customize with the velcro game tags that are also included. There’s a random Overwatch character hanger, a random Overwatch figure, and a random Blizzard collectible pin. There’s probably going to be some trading at the convention between fans looking for their favorites.

News on the virtual ticket and what will be included in this year’s digital goody bag is coming this Wednesday to a Blizzard livestream. The studio teased that there would be “exciting changes” to the ticket this year.

If a mere list isn’t enough to sate your ravenous curiosity, you can watch the full unboxing after the break. Then you can contemplate how we as a civilization have arrived at a point where we gladly stare at other people opening boxes of things as a form of entertainment.

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Vicarious Fan

that’s disappointing, not as good as previous years. Usually it’s 1 thing from each game.

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Schlag Sweetleaf

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Koshelkin

Weren’t the goodiebags free for attendees a while ago? Did Blizzard decide to charge their fans for tickets _and the goodie bag now?

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Paragon Lost

Panser sounds like she’s caught a cold. Cool backpack, bet the wife ends up wanting one. heh.

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Koshelkin

Honestly I thought she said “My name’s Pantsu”. I decided to turn the video off at that point.

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Paragon Lost

Heh. :) Yeah she does a thing called Trade Chat for WoW. I forget her real name but she goes by Panser.

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Witches

I just watched the latest episodes of Zoo, i wish i’d been watching people opening boxes instead, the plot would make much more sense.

I’m not the target audience of these but i think this is very clever, they are monetizing fandom, creepy but smart.

Everyone is always chasing after the WOW at the edge of the rainbow, but this other stuff Blizzard does to promote brand loyalty seems to fly over the head of other companies.

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Eamil

I haven’t played WoW in a while and Blizzard’s other games don’t have a huge claim on my free time, so I’m weighing whether I want to grab the virtual ticket or not…

I find it weird that they’re charging in-person attendees for the goody box this year, though. The whole point of the goody bags was that they gave you some little neat things just for going to Blizzcon. Throwing in more stuff but then charging for them feels like it defeats the whole purpose.

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Siphaed

Ya, I’ll spend $35 on a Loot Anime or Loot Gamer box instead. More favorable items without a centered Overwatch theme and cheap Velcro patches.

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Matthäus Wey

I don’t need this, I don’t need this, I don’t need this… but i want it T-T

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Dug From The Earth

Im waiting to see what the virtual goodies are going to be.

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