Blizzard Entertainment is officially ceasing new content development for the MOBA Heroes of the Storm, and instead will only be working on the game’s seasonal rolls, hero rotations, bug fixes, balance updates, and more. will pay attention to its correct operation.

Blizzard shared the news blog while reminding fans that Heroes of the Storm was first released seven years ago. Blizzard has taken the time to thank the Heroes community and promises those who still want to play that it’s “committed to making sure you can continue to enjoy your adventures through the Nexus.”

Unfortunately, this means that there won’t be any new content and the game will be phased out It is shared by games like StarCraft and StarCraft 2.

“Going forward, we will support Heroes in a similar way to our other long-standing StarCraft and StarCraft II titles,” Blizzard wrote. “In the future, we will continue with seasonal scrolls and hero rotations, and while the in-game store will remain operational, there are no plans to add new purchasable content. Future patches will focus primarily on client stability and bug fixes, with balance updates coming as needed.”

As a “sign [Blizzard’s] Heroes of the Storm will thank their fans and make up for this decision by giving all players an “incredibly rare Epic Arcane Lizard mount” with next week’s patch.

Ours Heroes of the Storm 2018 Recap, we said that it “packs a ton of variety and a great cast of characters. Some modes of this MOBA work better than others, but we can be sure that it will deliver a fun match.”

Also in 2018, Blizzard confirmed This slowed down the development of Heroes of the Storm because we needed to “take some of our talented developers and bring their skills to other projects.”

As Blizzard ends support for Heroes of the Storm, it’s also preparing to release Overwatch 2 and Diablo IV to the world. Overwatch 2 will arrive first on October 4th and Diablo IV is coming in 2023.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and continues Twitch.

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