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The all digital BlizzConline was scheduled to take place early next year, with Blizzard announcing today that the event is being paused. "This was a tough decision for all of us to make, but it’s the right one," writes Blizzard in a new post. No doubt with the very serious legal issues and reports of a toxic work environment being brought to the fore this year the delay isn't that surprising.

And although the current climate surrounding Blizzard isn't mentioned in the post, it's impact can be felt.
We would also like to take the time to reimagine what a BlizzCon event of the future could look like. The first BlizzCon was held 16 years ago, and so much has changed in the time since—most notably, the multiple ways in which players and communities can come together and feel like they are a part of something bigger. Whatever the event looks like in the future, we also need to ensure that it feels as safe, welcoming, and inclusive as possible. We’re committed to continual communication with our players, and we see BlizzCon playing a big role in that going forward. We’re excited about what we’ll do with the event when we revisit it in the future.

In terms of upcoming games like Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, Blizzard notes that putting BlizzConline on hold won't affect upcoming announcements.

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