BlizzCon is gonna be a little bit different this year. Yes, it’s called BlizzConline, which is silly. Yes, it’s in February, and that’s weird. It’s also going to be entirely free to view for the players, since it’s fully online. And that means Blizzard will have a slightly easier time cracking down on audience shenanigans since… there won’t really be a live audience at all. Sorry, Red Shirt Guys of BlizzCons past.
That said, there are Q&As on deck for several of Blizzard’s games during day two of the show, including World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, and the Diablo franchise. (Overwatch is conspicuously absent.) So if you have a burning question that you’d really like to the moderators to ask, now is the time to send it in.
“We’ll be accepting a limited number of submissions this way until February 18, but keep an eye out for other ways to submit your written questions on our community sites soon,” the studio says. “We’ll also be opening up the inbox again for some additional video, audio, or text questions on February 19, 2021 at 3 p.m. PST following the opening ceremony.”
Call to the Light and you may be heard. ✨
— World of Warcraft (@Warcraft) February 15, 2021