We come here to bring some bad news to the fans of Heroes of the Storm, and we guess that you will not like it.
Recently, Blizzard announced that they will be treating the amazing MOBA Heroes of the Storm just like they do StarCraft and StarCraft II, meaning that Heroes of the Storm will only get bug patches and some rotations. Truly sad, an ending to an amazing era in the gaming world.
This was inevitable as the activity in the game has pretty much stopped since 2020, and not enough content was added since then that would make the game exciting and kept alive.
Here is part of the official statement from Blizzard:
“This June marks the seven-year anniversary of Heroes of the Storm. Combining legendary characters from all of our universes, it naturally brought players together into a truly unique experience,”
“Heroes and its community are home to some of the most passionate gamers from around the world and we’re committed to making sure that you can continue to enjoy your adventures through the Nexus.”
“Moving forward we will support Heroes in a manner similar to our other longstanding games, StarCraft and StarCraft II.
“In the future, we’ll continue seasonal rolls and hero rotations, and while the in-game shop will remain operational there are no plans for new for-purchase content to be added. Future patches will primarily focus on client sustainability and bug fixing, with balance updates coming as needed.”
What do you think about this decision? Did you expect it?