Blizzard Entertainment has officially terminated the development of new content for the MOBA Heroes of the Storm and will instead focus on keeping the game running smoothly with season rolls, hero rotations, bug fixes, balance updates and more.
Blizzard shared the news blog Reminding fans that the Heroes of the Storm was first released seven years ago. Blizzard takes the time to thank the hero community and promises to those who still want to play, “I promise to continue to enjoy the adventure through the Nexus.”
Unfortunately, this means there is no new content, and the game will enter a phase shared by games such as StarCraft and StarCraft 2.
“From now on, we will support heroes in the same way as other long-standing games StarCraft and StarCraft II,” Blizzard wrote. “In the future, we will continue with season rolls and hero rotations. The in-game shop will continue to operate, but we have no plans to add new purchase content. Future patches will primarily be client sustainability and bugs. Focus on the fix, and balance updates will be made as needed. “
“As a token [Blizzard’s] We would like to thank our Heroes of the Storm fans and supplement this decision with a “incredible rare Epic Arcane Lizard Mount” for all players in next week’s patch.
In a 2018 re-review of Heroes of the Storm, “It’s packed with a great variety of great characters. Some of these MOBA modes work better than others, but they don’t offer fun matches. There is no mistake. “”
Also in 2018, Blizzard confirmed that it was curtailing Heroes of the Storm development because it needed to “bring some of its talented developers to other projects.”
With Blizzard ending support for Heroes of the Storm, we’re ready to bring Overwatch 2 and Diablo IV to the world. Overwatch 2 first arrived on October 4, and Diablo IV will continue in 2023.
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