Gamespot interviewed Eric Schaefer to get a close look to Hellgate: London in its current stages. There is a video we recommend to watch.
Hellgate: London will support many modes of single-player and online play. Most importantly, we will be providing a destination where players can congregate in large or small numbers within the world. Here, they will be able to group up for adventures, trade items, or just hang out and chat. Plans for competitive modes are just being discussed now, but our main emphasis will be on supporting cooperative adventuring.
We got ahold of a copy of the Gamestar Magazine from Italy featuring an article of Hellgate: London. Please, be aware that the translation from Italian is harshly vague and there may be misinterpretation. Gamestar.it authorized Blizzplanet to translate some details from their Magazine. We hope that it offers you additional details about the exciting new game Hellgate: London. The 8 images accompanying the summary are property of Flagship Studios and Gamestar.it (IDG Communications). You can read our 2-pages summary Here
Ordinn had word that Blizzard’s VP of Creative Development Chris Metzen and author Richard A. Knaak were featured speakers at the L.A. Times Festival of Books this past weekend. Their panel discussion centered on their newest project, the first installment in a series of manga titled Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy. We reported this event to our audience few days ago. Hopefully some of you were able to meet them. If so, do no hesitate in submitting your own screenshots to Blizzplanet.s
After the presentation, fans had a chance to ask Chris and Richard about some of their past collaborations as well as their current manga project. One lucky attendee walked away with a copy of the World of Warcraft Collector’s Edition!
Eyonix commented that a Linux version of World of Warcraft could be a possibility in the future. There seems to be some issues of an internal Linux testings connecting to the server. Blizzplanet initiated the Wow on Linux petition sometime ago. Blizzpub facilitated to us a script to gather signatures for the petition for Blizzplanet under the condition of hosting the script themselves—until Blizzpub … removed our participation or any reference about Blizzplanet involved in the petition. Yet, we are glad that a Blizzard Representative have given good feedback reporting a possibility of a Wow Linux client in the future. Read more details at the Official Wow Forums. Another post by Eyonix about Wow on Linux Here
You know it is true Crast.
Wow Linux Petition Online Here
Believe it or not, Ascent Guild claims to have slain Ragnaros in Molten Core. They show a screenshot to prove it. The guild promised to show soon a video. Check out the phat loot Here. Congratz and bows to Ascent Guild!
A fan submitted a few screenshots of a mysterious temple in the southern side of Silithus. If you haven’t explored Silithus during the current patch, you have missed the introduction once more of the Anubis Obsidian statues(from Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne). In closed beta, the Anubis Statues guarded the Great Wall of Silithus. With the introduction of Retail, the guardians were removed. This patch added a roaming Anubis statue named Setis. It may be a hint that Arthas the Lich seeks to assimilate—into the Scourge, the ancient Azj’Aqir kingdom, ancestors of the Silithid, and cousins of the Northrend Azjol-Nerub Empire of Spiders. The fan mentioned there is an instance inside the temple.
Blizzplanet has a new Libram Enchant guide for World of Warcraft players that have problems with understanding or completing the Librams. These Librams offer to all Classes a special Enchantment on Head and Leg gear. The guide written by Zvix from the Cult of the Titans Guild, will help you identify the items required and where to find such items. Tell your friends!
The Diablo Fan Art Competition has come to a conclusion and Blizzard announced the 10 winning art compositions of the Diablo Fan Art contest here.
|“Each piece sheds some light on what demonic creations inspire and haunt each of their respective artists? minds and we are excited to give you a chance to be privy to their foreboding talents. In addition, we?d like to also highlight the five Honorable Mentions that grabbed our attention and warranted an honorary place of resting in this gallery of the dark and unholy. Congratulations to all the winners, and for the rest of the artists that took the time to submit their work, thank you all for participating. We received many high-quality submissions and we hope to have you all participate again in the future!”|