Now, on to it!
It’s finally here! Blizzard is taking the Steam route and merging World of Warcraft accounts into Battle.net. If you aren’t familiar with the company’s free online gaming servers it’s probably because you grew up buying pirated versions of Diablo, Warcraft and Starcraft — you never got to enjoy the awesomeness that was Battle.net. It was way ahead of its time — owners of Starcraft and Warcraft II and III could compete in online ladder matches while Diablo II players could go for Hardcore mode where your toons are submitted to the virtual graveyard when you die — permanently!
So I just did what any Blizzard fan should do and merged my World of Warcraft account with the new Battle.net ID.
The biggest benefit to signing up with Battle.net is it’s beta program — this is how Blizzard will be distributing their limited beta keys for Starcraft II. The new Battle.net will also be the portal for online store purchases and account management for all their games. What are you waiting for? Create a Battle.net account now in time for Diablo III and Starcraft II!
2 replies on “Behold Blizzard’s Battle.net 2.0: Manage WoW and Grab Starcraft II Beta”
whoa! Steam deja vu! the only thing i don’t like about this is replacing my WOW username with my Battle.net one.