Blizzard Battle.Net is the New Launcher for Blizzard Games

By Newscaster on August 15, 2017 Gaming News with 1 Comment

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After announcing back in March that Battle.Net will be changed completely to a new name, Blizzard has decided to keep it. Well, kind of. The new launcher for Blizzard games is now called Blizzard Battle.Net.


Overwatch
7.8
Steam
21.89€
World of Warcraft 60 days
Steam
20.49€
Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft Deck of Cards
Steam
0.75€
Heroes of the Storm
7.4
Steam
9.63€
Starcraft 2 Heart of the Swarm
8.4
Steam
4.63€
StarCraft Remastered
8.8
Steam
12.9€
Diablo 3
7.3
Steam
11.39€

In a blog post, Blizzard said that they are aware that a shift to a new name will be challenging, and that they know that “Battle.net” is a name that “stood for something special.”

“It represents years of shared history and enjoyment, community and friendship, for all of us and our players,” the blog post says.

Blizzard added that they agreed to the community’s feedback that the name should stay, and that Battle.net is the “central nervous system for Blizzard games.” They also explained that nothing will change, and that the original technology behind Battle.net will remain the same.

Battle.net is the central nervous system for Blizzard games and the connective tissue that has brought Blizzard players together since 1996. The technology was never going away, but after giving the branding change further consideration and also hearing your feedback, we’re in agreement that the name should stay as well. Take it from the developer formerly known as Silicon & Synapse, and Chaos Studios, names are important too. – Blizzard

Well, “Blizzard Battle.net” sounds easier to remember, don’t you think? Here’s their new logo:

Overwatch, Diablo 3, Hearthstone, Starcraft 2, and World of Warcraft are just some of the games which you can access via Blizzard Battle.net.