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Blizzard Entertainment is the company that brought you the Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo franchises of gaming software. Besides the general list of products below, this article contains links to websites dedicated to Blizzard's specific products and the company in general, if you choose to look for more in-depth information on them.

On December 2, 2007, Vivendi (Blizzard Entertainment's parent company) announced that their subsidiary Vivendi Games (of which Blizzard Entertainment was one of the divisions) would be merging with Activision to form Activision Blizzard.[1] This merger will not affect Blizzard Entertainment's operations. This deal was finalized on July 8, 2008.[2]

Published games

Warcraft Universe

Main article: Warcraft Universe

StarCraft Universe

Diablo Universe


Canceled games

Indefinitely Postponed games

Confirmed upcoming projects

Rumored games

Note: Blizzard has confirmed that they are NOT working on a StarCraft or Diablo MMORPG.[6]

  • Warcraft IV would be another epic whose plot remains unknown.
  • Future MMORPG.
    • "When we announce our next MMORPG it’s not going to be another WoW - we’re not a company that tends to tread the same ground. It’ll be something innovative and new that really brings entertainment to another level." [7]




Previous employees


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  2. ^ 2008-30-06, Eurogamer: Blizzard Worldwide Invertational. Rob Purchese. Accessed on 2008-01-07
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