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This year BlizzCon is going digital and with BlizzConline set to kick-off next weekend for two full days of action Blizzard has unveiled the schedule for what to expect across the six channels. Yeah, there'll be a lot to choose from when you've got dedicated Blizzard, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Diablo, Overwatch, and Strategy channels.

Head here to go through the full schedule.

The schedule doesn't give-away specific reveals or any surprises, but in terms of new stuff and updated looks at what's coming, be sure to keep the following times AEDT times handy.

BlizzConline kicks off proper on Saturday, February 20 with the 9:00am AEDT - Opening Ceremony. No doubt this will give a great overview on the latest Blizzard happenings and what's in store across each Blizzard title. Plus, a nice little nod to 30 years of Blizzard too. And, if there are any new game reveals (as in the rumoured Diablo II remaster) this will be the time and place to see it first.

From here 10:10am AM AEDT on Saturday seems to be the time to find out more about the game you care about most (and then re-watch the other deep dives on demand). There's Diablo: What's Next for all Diablo IV goodness. As one of the most anticipated games currently in development this is a no-brainer.

Behind the Scenes of Overwatch 2 will also stream after the Opening Ceremony, and seeing as we haven't seen or heard much about the sequel since BlizCon 2019 this will be stacked with new info and details. World of Warcraft: What's Next and the Hearthstone Deep Dive will cover all things Warcraft -- and we can expect new content reveals for Shadowlands, Classic, and Hearthstone.

Of course the schedule is packed with community events and spotlights too -- with Blizzconline shaping up to be a two-day celebration of all things Blizzard.



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