Battle.net has become almost synonymous with multiplayer gaming. As the industry grows and evolves, it only stands to reason that the platform on which gamers coordinate and communicate evolves too. Blizzard Entertainment has recognized this, and have put full effort into redesigning and upgrading Battle.net to bring gamers to the new generation of online gaming. Adam Stow sat in on the Battle.net panel at Blizzcon this year, and is here to report some of the changes that are coming.
The new battle.net will always be connected. As soon as you start the game, you'll be asked to enter your info to start the game. It's considered both your offline and online profile, and from the main menu, you can even see your friends list and initiate chats/invites before you even access a multiplayer menu or campaign mission. You'll always have the up to date version, and news on what's upcoming with any of the games you access with your profile.
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