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BlizzCon hordes invade Anaheim Nov. 7-8

Xav de Matos
April 22, 2014
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"Steel thyself, O mortal realm of Anaheim," a blog post on Blizzard's official site reads, announcing the dates for BlizzCon 2014. On Friday, November 7 through Saturday, November 8, hordes of Blizzard fans will gather to celebrate all things [noun]Craft-related.

Tickets for the event will go on sale in two batches: First on May 7 at 7pm Pacific and then on May 10 at 10am Pacific via Eventbrite. Tickets are priced at $199 each. A limited number of $750 tickets, which also include entry to a pre-event dinner, will be available on May 14. Proceeds from the dinner event benefit the Children's Hospital of Orange County.

Blizzard will also offer Virtual Tickets to the event, allowing fans afar to watch the festivities from the comfort of their own homes. Sale details and pricing have yet to be revealed for online access.

Blizzard recently launched the Diablo 3 expansion, Reaper of Souls, and the collectible card game, Hearthstone, on iPad. The company's multiplayer online battle arena game Heroes of the Storm is its next title, along with further expansions for the World of Warcraft universe.
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