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Blizzard will no longer release new content for “Heroes of the Storm”

Blizzard ends development on Heroes of the Storm. In short the studio said it plans to support the MOBA “in a similar way” to games like . Going forward, Blizzard said fans can expect the company to continue releasing patches that fix bugs and balancing issues “as needed.” However, it has “no plans” to add any new content to the in-game store – which, for now, will continue to function.

“To our Heroes community, we say ‘thank you,'” Blizzard said, noting that it will give away a free in-game mount to players with the game’s next patch. more passionate, we appreciate your continued dedication and support, and as always, we look forward to seeing you in the Nexus.”

Friday’s announcement effectively caps off what has been a slow death for the Blizzard universe’s MOBA. In 2018, said the studio made the “difficult” decision to move some of the staff who worked on Heroes of the Storm to other projects. Since then, the cadence of new content has slowed. The most recently added hero to the game has arrived . Blizzard’s abrupt decision to end its support for the Heroes of the Storm the esports scene has also left many pros .

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