Wednesday, November 22nd 2017

Blizzard Black Friday Sale: Overwatch at Half Price & 35% off Destiny 2

The holiday season is almost here-get ready to spread some epic cheer! From now through November 27, 2017, we're offering some big savings around Black Friday on the following digital purchases for World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Heroes of the Storm, and Destiny 2-plus some Blizzard Gear Store goodies. Snag a little something for yourself, or send a gift to a friend.

Overwatch
Whether you're a soldier, scientist, adventurer, or oddity, you can jump into the fight for the future with savings of 50% on the digital versions of Overwatch and Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition for Windows PC.
  • Overwatch includes 26 heroes, 21 different maps, and endless fun for just $19.99 (reg. $39.99).
  • Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition includes all the excitement of Overwatch along with 10 Loot Boxes, five special hero skins, plus in-game goodies for Heroes of the Storm, World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and StarCraft II for $29.99 (reg. $59.99).
World of Warcraft
Explore Azeroth your way with savings on the base game and the latest expansion, Legion!

Save 50% on World of Warcraft, which includes the base game and all expansions through Warlords of Draenor and lets you play up to level 100. (World of Warcraft Legion: expansion sold separately.)

World of Warcraft - $9.99 (reg. $19.99)
Explore the Broken Isles, play as the Demon Hunter class, and experience the latest chapter in the saga with savings of 50% on World of Warcraft: Legion. (Requires World of Warcraft, sold separately.)
  • Legion Standard Edition - $24.99 (reg. $49.99)
  • Legion Digital Deluxe Edition - $44.99 (reg. $69.99)
Heroes of the Storm
Starting today, find epic savings on select Heroes of the Storm bundles, Heroes, skins, and mounts, all available in-game:

Save 33% on the Legendary Bundle, which includes playable Heroes Jaina, Li-Ming, D.Va, Muradin, and Diablo, along with the Legendary skins Abyssal Dreadlord Jaina, First Ascendant Templar Li-Ming, D.Va the Destroyer, Maraudin' Muradin and Nightmare Prime Evil Diablo. The bundle also includes the Angry Cloud mount-previously only available for purchase with shards!

Save 29% on the Skin Bundle, which comes with the Oni Genji, Skeletal Raven Sylvanas, Dark Auriel, Blackrock Garrosh, Shadow Priestess Tyrande, Dark Seraphim Tyrael, Deadwalker Warmatron Cassia, Dominion Elite Agent Nova, Ashen Hellflame Nazeebo, Black Grand Marshall Uther skins.

Select Heroes, skins, and mounts will also be available for purchase with Gems at a 50% discount, see the Heroes of the Storm blog for more detailed information on individual purchases.

The 360-day Stimpack is also on sale for a limited time! Get boosted with 360 days of +100% bonus XP and +150% bonus gold!

Destiny 2
Take to the stars with epic savings of up to 35% on digital versions of Destiny 2: Standard Edition, Destiny 2: Game + Expansion Bundle, and Destiny 2: Digital Deluxe Edition.
  • Destiny 2 Standard Edition - Save 35%
  • Destiny 2 - Game + Expansion Pass Bundle - Save 25%
  • Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe Edition - Save 25%
Blizzard Gear Store
The Blizzard Gear Store has some deep discounts on Blizzard apparel, collectibles, and more. The week of Black Friday (November 20-November 26), we're holding special Flash sales and Daily Deals on limited quantities of goodies.

We've got a few brand-new items launching November 27 for Cyber Monday, including Overwatch, Hearthstone, and WoW -themed goodies. Keep an eye out for discounted game-themed bundles for your favorite Blizzard universes, too!

Note: Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, and Destiny 2 offers above are available digitally through Blizzard Entertainment. Retail prices may vary.
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16 Comments on Blizzard Black Friday Sale: Overwatch at Half Price & 35% off Destiny 2

#3
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Mescalamba
Hm..

..no.
So constructive your post is.
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#4
Crustybeaver
CrAsHnBuRnXp
So constructive your post is.
And yet the simplicity of the word no says everything it needs to in one simple word. Truth is the deals aren't anything special and while discounted, it's not enough to yet warrant a purchase.
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#5
ZeppMan217
Damn you, Blizzard! Putting that 2nd rate crap that doesn't sell on a regular day on sale, while Diablo 3 and SC2 campaigns are left to rot!
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#6
Scrizz
CrAsHnBuRnXp
I might finally pick up Overwatch.
same lol
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#7
Prima.Vera
LOL, the monthly subscription for WOW costs more than the game itself. F#%k off Blizzard!
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#8
snakefist
D3 *should* rot. It was rotten from the beta, then Blizzard rotten move 'we won't do *anything* to fix the game, but in just 8 months we'll release patch-expansion, for just 40g'. Story is rotten and expansion is overpriced. And so is DLC.

Now it's a dead-weight for them, they need to add stuff that last for 2 weeks constantly, to keep any of the initial player-base.

D2, on the other hand, survives for so many years without any work on it - made by professionals who knew what they're doing and why.

D3 was made by amateurs with no real opinions on anything, which allowed *voting* for game functions in the beta, changed their initial decisions to complete reverse, know no math at all which lead to ridiculous results. There done a few good things, but nothing more. They have API for tracking usage of skills, and allow passives and runes used by under 1% of players unimproved for years, also true for 90%+ ones.

It's a bit touchy topic for me, sorry...
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#9
Prima.Vera
D3 will never ever be able to beat Diablo 2 on anything else except, maybe, graphics. D2 was/is that good.
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#10
nguyen
CrAsHnBuRnXp
So constructive your post is.
Yeah good luck finding matches, most players abandoned the game already.
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#11
Totally
CrAsHnBuRnXp
So constructive your post is.
Not any less than yours, to paraphrase your previous post amounted to "Overwatch, maybe." Why are you going to jump on him when you comment is nearly as pointless but just more words.
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#12
GoldenX
Destroyed a tradition of mine and brought Overwatch, I can't make port for a while...
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#13
JackOne
Destiny 2 is from Activision not Blizz
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#14
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Crustybeaver
And yet the simplicity of the word no says everything it needs to in one simple word. Truth is the deals aren't anything special and while discounted, it's not enough to yet warrant a purchase.
If that were the case, then I wouldnt have found the need to post and I may still have an understanding as to why he said no in the first place without providing any context.

nguyen
Yeah good luck finding matches, most players abandoned the game already.
Why is that? Genuine question. Quite the opposite it seems.

Totally
Not any less than yours, to paraphrase your previous post amounted to "Overwatch, maybe." Why are you going to jump on him when you comment is nearly as pointless but just more words.
At least mine gave context as to my thinking and what I might do. Yours just said "no" without contexting why. So mine was actually more constructive.

JackOne
Destiny 2 is from Activision not Blizz
It's still in the blizz launcher though. And even though it's discounted, doesnt mean blizz necessarily did it. Bungie who made the deal with blizz to include it, could have asked them to discount it.
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#15
JackOne
Yeah w/e, it's not a game made by Blizzard, that's my point.
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