If you have $200 slowly burning a hole in your pocket, you could do worse than spending it, and any associated fees on a ticket to Blizzcon 2015. Going on sale through the Eventbrite website on April 15 and April 18, Blizzcon is the destination for the Blizzard Superfan in all of us. It was at the hallowed halls of the Anaheim Convention Center last year that the public got its first look at Blizzard’s first new IP in over a decade, Overwatch. Although nothing as groundbreaking as that is probably coming this year, Blizzard as a company does have a huge amount of stuff to show off. Figure information about what is next for WoW, new information about Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm will be revealed at the event.
The event itself is November 6-7 2015, again at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim California. And to get more specific as to when you can get your tickets to Blizzcon, make sure you’re home and awake at 10pm ET/7pm PT. On April 15, 2015 at 10pm ET, the first batch of tickets goes on sale, and usually sells out within minutes. The second grouping of tickets goes up April 18 at 1pm ET. That may seem like BS, as a lot of people would be at work then, but that is on a Saturday afternoon, so it should be easier for a lot of people.
Of course, if you cannot attend the show for whatever reason, Blizzard also sells a streaming version of the convention which I think was 40 dollars last year. On top of getting to watch the panels live and in archived form, you also got the digital goodies for the Blizzard titles you know and love.