BlizzCon 2014 7 i 8 Novembra u Anaheim

Blizzard je objavio da će Blizzcon 2014 biti održan u Anaheim 7 i 8 Novembra!
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
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Steel thyself, O mortal realm of Anaheim! The eighth BlizzCon is coming to your Convention Center this Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8, 2014. Prepare for two relentless days of Blizzard gaming and fellowship, including in-depth discussion panels with Blizzard developers, hands-on opportunities with the latest Blizzard games, and intense eSports tournaments featuring top pro gamers from across the earthly plane.

Tickets for BlizzCon 2014 will go on sale in two batches, one on Wednesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. PT and the other on Saturday, May 10 at 10 a.m. PT, through the online event ticketing service Eventbrite, priced at $199 each (plus applicable taxes and fees). In addition, a limited number of tickets to an exclusive pre-BlizzCon Benefit Dinner will go on sale Wednesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. PT for $750 apiece (plus applicable taxes and fees; BlizzCon admission included), with proceeds benefitting Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Check out the BlizzCon Ticket webpage for more information—we’ve made some changes to how ticket sales work this year, and fortune favors the prepared!

If you can’t make it to the show in person, the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket is the next best thing, offering comprehensive live coverage of the event via a multichannel Internet stream. Further details on the Virtual Ticket, including pricing, availability, and programming information, will be announced at a later date.

See the full press release or check out the BlizzCon Ticket page for more information, and be sure visit www.blizzcon2014.eventbrite.com at the dates and times above for a chance to purchase a ticket to the show. See you in Anaheim!

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Razgovorarajte sa Vašim Drugarima Preko Battle.net Desktop Aplikacije

Napokon uz pomoć battle.net aplikacije omogućeno Vam je da komunicirate sa vašim drugarima!
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
Chat with Friends in the Battle.net® Desktop App

Friend request accepted! You can now chat with your Battle.net friends directly through the desktop app for Battle.net.

To get started, simply look for the Friends icon in the upper-right of Battle.net the next time you log in. Clicking the icon will open up your Battle.net friends list, where you’ll be able to see their status and access a number of handy communication tools, including:

  • Chat with Battle.net friends. Open a chat window on your desktop. Your messages will show up in any Blizzard game your friend happens to be playing at the time.
  • Send and accept friend requests. Click the Add a Friend button and enter your friend’s BattleTag or email address to send them a friend request, or use the new People You May Know list. You can also right-click a friend’s name for more options.
  • Add Favorite Friends. Drag a friend’s name to the new Favorites section of your friends list, keeping your closest friends even closer.

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To customize the in-app Friends features, click the gear-shaped icon in your Friends list, or select Settings > Friends & Chat from the main menu. From there you’ll be able to set which of your friends’ activities trigger pop-up notifications (toasts), determine how chat messages appear, and more.

 

Battle.net Social Features Mini-FAQ

Can I change my online status through Battle.net?

Yes, you can change your status to Online, Busy, or Away directly through the app, and your status will be reflected in all of the games you’re playing. In addition, if you update your status in-game, it will be reflected back in Battle.net.

If my friend is playing multiple games, will they receive my message in every game?

Yes, any message you send through the Battle.net desktop app will appear in the app along with any game that your friend is playing on Battle.net at the time. You can further configure how messages are displayed through Battle.net’s Settings > Friends & Chat menu.

Does Battle.net support chatting with game-specific friends (e.g. character friends in World of Warcraft or character friends in StarCraft II) or World of Warcraft guild chat?

The Battle.net desktop app only supports direct chat with BattleTag and Real ID friends. If a character friend from World of Warcraft or StarCraft II attempts to message you, you will not receive any notification in the Battle.net app—just in-game.

What are the different ways I can add friends via the app?

When you click Add a Friend, you’ll be presented with the option to send friend requests by BattleTag, by Real ID (email address), or via a new People You May Know list. The suggestions on the People You May Know List are all friends of your existing friends, sorted by how many mutual pals you already share. To manually search for potential friends you might know, you can right-click an existing friend’s name and select View Friends, and then send friend requests from there.

Can I manage how I appear on other players’ Friend of Friends or People You May Know list?

Yes—if you’re using Real ID and would prefer to instead have your BattleTag displayed on Friends of Friends or People You May Know lists, you can do so through Battle.net’s Privacy settings. First, click the gear-shaped icon in your Friends list, and select Privacy Settings to go to Battle.net account management. Next, uncheck the Show my Real ID on Friends of Friends lists option and click Submit. This will make it so your BattleTag is displayed when other players view Friends of Friends lists or People You May Know lists. If you no longer wish to be friends with someone, you can right-click their name and select Remove Friend—this will make it so your names and statuses will no longer appear in each others’ friends list and Now Playing list.

Can I report someone for misconduct through the app?

if you receive an unwanted friend request, you can report it and/or block further communication from that player by clicking the ! icon in the pending request box. To report a friend who’s behaving inappropriately, right-click a friend’s name, and click Report. You’ll then be able to select the reason from a drop-down and provide additional details on the why you’re reporting the player.

Are you making any changes to the Now Playing list?

In addition to displaying which friends are currently playing the game you’ve selected, you’re now able to click on a friend’s name in the Now Playing list to start chatting with them.

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Activision Blizzard Finansijski Izveštaj za Četvrti Kvartal 2013

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Prema pres izveštaju Activision-Blizzard finansija danas, World of Warcraft povećao je broj pretplatnika, sa 7.6 miliona koji smo objavili u novembru, na 7.8 miliona u četvrtom kvartalu 2013!

Povećan broj pretplatnika je skoro očekivan pred veliki dogadjaj BlizzCona, kao i najave za novi nastavak Warlords of Draenor. Ovo je mali skok, ali je broj veći u odnosu na prijavljenih 7.7 miliona pretplatnika u drugom kvartalu 2013! Broj pretplatnika je izgleda dobro levelovao kroz 2013, sa jednim dramatičnim padom od 1.3 miliona izgubljenih u prvog kvartalu 2013.

Sa novim nastavakom uskoro, besplatnim level 90 boost-om, za one koji pre orderuju nastavak, a pre-order će biti uskoro, možemo očekivati novi skor pretplatnika u prvom kvartalu 2014. Novi nastavak uvek ima tendenciju da vrati nazad stare igrače, kao i nove igrače koji će da se intereseuju za novu igru. Ali to ćemo sačekati da saznamo u Aprilu 2014. Do tada možemo samo da nagadjamo.
 
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Battle.net Client Social Feature

Svi trenutno gledamo Battle.net client kao klasičan program kroz koji instaliramo Blizzardove igre. Ranije smo još bili upoznati da Blizzard planira da ubaci chat, forum i još neke novine u samoj aplikaciji. Mi smo imali prilike da testiramo social sadržaj, za chat, kao i dodavanje prijatelja. Sam izgled chata, kao i friend liste je prelepo uradjen, a primetili smo i mogućnost da možemo da tragamo za novim prijateljima. Battle.net client pomoćiće Vam da pronadjete nove prijatelje tako što će Vam ponuditi prijatelje vaših prijatelja, u pretrazi. Kako to izgleda možete videti i na samim slikama u prilogu.
 









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Ghostcrawler Napušta Blizzard Entertainment

Lead System Dizajner Greg "Ghostcrawler" Street sokirao je celu World of Warcraft zajednicu njegovom najavom danas da napušta Blizzard Entertainment. Posle 6 godina rada u ovoj kompaniji, rešio je da nastavi svoj radni vek na drugom mestu.
 
Nedostajaće nam svima, više od svega WoW Fanovima. Greg je bio leader WoW zajednice, neko ko je neumorno radio na poboljšanju dijaloga izmedju developera i zajednice. Njegov Twitter profil ima 70000 fallowera, kojima je dnevno odgovarao na sva pitanja kako bi što bolje napravio direktnu liniju izmedju developera i igrača. On je takodje bio srećan da prizna greške, kada nešto krene naopako, često uzimajući ulogu kurira celog WoW Dev tima.
 
Greg je bio dobar za zdravlje igre. Jedan od retkih koji je slušao komentare, kritike o promanama u igri, na talente, na brzinu, na PvP, i sve drugo što je uticalo na gameplay World of Warcrafta. Svi ćemo pamtiti njegovu pristupačnost i verovanje u mož zajednice. Sada, ostaje pitanje ko će da nastavi taj posao dalje?
 
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So Long, and Thanks for All the Spectral Fish
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
You know that part at the end of raid night when the final boss is dead and you’re done handing out loot and everyone kind of goes their separate ways? Yeah, this is one of those times.

We just came off of a great BlizzCon. We had so many different games to talk about, and we were thrilled at the reception of Warlords of Draenor. It was great to meet or reconnect with so many of you. I love BlizzCon dearly, which makes it so hard to tell you that this will be my last one, or at least my last one up on stage. An opportunity has come my way, and I have made the very tough decision to move on from Blizzard.

I wanted to thank all of you for being a part of this grand quest. I have said a hundred times that having passionate gamers, including the angry ones, is a far better place to be than having a community that doesn’t care. You all care. Like us, you want the game to be the best that it can be. So I ask you to keep on providing your feedback. I promise (and I rarely promise!) that the developers care very much about what you have to say.

I’ll be out there, and I can’t imagine it will be that hard to find me.

Hugs,
Ghostcrawler

P.S. No, you can’t have a pony. Or a moose. Or a mantis shrimp. Or a tardigrade. Or a crab. Keep trying though.

P.P.S. I play a Holy Priest.

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Blizzcon 2013 Day 2 Recap

World of Warcraft Q&A

Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
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  • Putting garrisons in a mobile app would be cool, but isn't planned right now.
  • There is no way to invite other players to your garrison when offline. You can invite a whole 40 player raid when you are online though!
  • The Dark Iron will make a small appearance in WoD.
  • There aren't any major changes planned for the pet battle system, just additions of new pets, trainers, and buildings in your garrison.
  • After the new character models are all done, the team will look at adding more customizations to character models.
  • Wrathion played an important role in Pandaria, but won't make more than a short appearance in WoD.
  • Smart healing has a place, but it might be good to make them less smart. Most heals could just prefer people who are injured rather than at full health, rather than just picking the people at the lowest health.
  • The team wants to make it easier to find like minded players to play with, which is why we have advance notice on the raid size change.
  • Mythic would have taken more resources to maintain the 10 and 25 structures for the top 1% of players, so the decision to fix the size at 20 was made in order to focus more on raid design and less on balancing two sizes.
  • The tertiary stats may be limited to a certain slot, like speed only on boots. It will be rare enough that by the time you can farm them progression races will be over. They shouldn't have a big impact on progression races.
  • Heroic Warforged gear will still exist going forward.
  • WoD will have a legendary questline that is similar to the cape this time, but also another legendary that is more exclusive.
  • Garrisons are unique per character, so there will be some kind of way to make it faster for alts.
  • The Titans visited Draenor, but aren't around anymore, so we will only see a little bit more of the Titans in this expansion.
  • Having Best in Slot items currently feels like a checklist right now. In WoD you will get your loot, but you will also have a cooler version of the loot to go after when things are on farm.
  • Racial balance will be tuned again in WoD, trying to narrow the gap. Goblin and Worgen have better balanced racials than many other races right now.
  • 20 players will likely have ~5 healers in Mythic difficulty. Keeping mythic at a fixed size will allow for many more possibilities in making mechanics that don't have to scale to another raid size.
  • Adding dynamic content to the old world would be nice, but it isn't a good use of time right now.
  • Bonus rolls will continue in WoD. LFR bonus roll doesn't impact your Heroic bonus roll. You can't roll 15 times and win nothing anymore.
  • The team has talked about and put some effort into pet battles on mobile devices. It hasn't worked out well yet, but they will keep looking at doing it.
  • No servers for old expansions.
  • There isn't any official lore on Celestial Dragons, they just look cool.
  • The Yak reforge vendor will be replaced something else.
  • Secondary and tertiary stats will stay the same, but primary stats on armor will change for your spec. This system is still in development, so details will change before it is live.
  • People are working on a side project to update the old Warcraft games to run on modern versions of Windows.
  • When the Dark Portal turns Red and cuts you off from regular Outland, you might be able to go through Caverns of Time.
  • Mythic raid lockout is boss based, static id, nothing is changing from the current Heroic lockout system.
  • Eyes of the Beast was removed when trying to prune things from classes and the code for it got removed as well. Removing it was a mistake, but it would take some time to add support for it again.
  • The Horde will have a chance to go back and redefine itself, and come away from the end of Mists of Pandaria even stronger.
  • World PvP outside of the World PvP zone isn't going to be a huge focus, especially with how one sided most PvP realms are.
  • New hairstyles are coming with the new character models.
  • Transmog that doesn't require you to keep the item forever is on the list, but won't be ready for WoD launch.
  • The team is talking about scaling up the difficulty of the launch dungeons with each new tier of dungeons during the expansion so you don't have to run the two new ones over and over and get burnt out.
  • There are plans for Alleria and Turalyon, but not in WoD.
  • The panel ended 5 minutes early, but the Q&A points above are complete.

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