BlizzCon is back as an in-person event for 2023, and those looking to join in on the festivities can now buy two different digital goodie bags filled with items for Blizzard games like World of Warcraft, Overwatch 2, and Diablo IV.
While those attending BlizzCon in-person will score both packs as part of their $300--or for those who want the VIP treatment, $800--ticket, everyone else will need to pay for the BlizzCon Collection (previously called the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket). The collection consists of two separate packs of digital items for Diablo IV, WoW, Hearthstone, Overwatch 2, and Warcraft Rumble, with many of the items, as is BlizzCon tradition, themed around Murlocs, the fish-like creatures that frequently feature in Blizzard's longrunning MMORPG.
Get Your BlizzCon Collection Pack!
😈 Overwatch Season 7 Battle Pass
🩸 Diablo IV Season 2 Battle Pass
❄️ WoW Bound Blizzard Mount
⚡ Diablo IV Lapisvein Mount
🌊 Sigma Drowned Warrior Skin
✨ BlizzCon 2023 Card Back
🐟 Rumble Murloc Tower Skin
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Here's everything owners of the $30 Epic Pack will unlock.
The $50 Legendary Pack will include everything listed in the Epic Pack and then some. For Diablo IV, Legendary Pack owners will additionally unlock the Midnight Harness mount armor and a premium battle pass unlock that can be used to unlock the premium reward track for either the game's current seasonal battle pass or one in the future. For those looking to expand their WoW mount collection (as WoW players are wont to do), the Legendary Pack includes the Bound Blizzard flying mount. Overwatch 2 players will earn the Drowned Warrior Sigma skin and the game's Season 7 premium battle pass, which we recently learned is filled with various Halloween-themed skins. Hearthstone enjoyers will unlock a signature Legendary card that Blizzard isn't revealing just yet, while Warcraft Rumble fans will earn a Murloc Tower skin.
As the first in-person BlizzCon since 2019, Blizzard is sure to deliver some big news during this year's show. Blizzard's latest game, Warcraft Rumble, will have its global launch on November 3, the same day as BlizzCon's opening ceremony. Meanwhile, Blizzard veteran Chris Metzen, who originally departed the studio in 2016 but recently returned to Blizzard in a full-time executive creative director role, will be on stage at BlizzCon to share what's next for the Warcraft franchise. Fans can additionally expect news about Diablo IV and the reveal of Overwatch 2's new tank hero. Much of BlizzCon 2023 will be live streamed for free, including the show's news-filled opening ceremony.Celebrate Diablo 4's Launch With Official MerchSee More