He’s trying to put behind him perhaps one of the most difficult periods in human history. Although the worldwide vaccination process has accelerated and normalization processes have begun, it seems that we will be away from mass gatherings and events for some time. In this context, Blizzard announced that it was canceling the physical BlizzCon event it intends to hold during the year.
I can almost hear you say, “What the hell is he going to do?” So let me share with you the details of our new event, BliccConline. In the first days of 2022, very small groups will be allowed to gather at the event, which will be held digitally again. But it’s still not going to be a physical event.
Blizzard stresses that he made this decision with his long-term partners. The developer, who could not foresee the end of the pandemic for now, therefore did not want to put anyone at risk. BlizzCon chief executive Saralyn Smith, who also said they were late to hold such an event in November, promises blizzConline will be more active than last year.
Let’s see if we can get the events we want in 2022.