Blizzard’s upcoming MOBA has been having a bit of an identity crisis when it comes to its name. Formerly, the title was known as Blizzard DotA before changing its name to Blizzard All-Stars after Valve trademarked the name DotA for its MOBA, DotA 2. Today Blizzard revealed that it has once again changed the titles name to Heroes of the Storm, a name that turned up a short time back when a Blizzard filed trademark was discovered.

"Yep, we changed it again," read a Blizzard Facebook post. "The game formerly known as Blizzard All-Stars is now Heroes of the Storm, but you're welcome to call it "Heroes" for short!"

Along with the new name comes a new video. Give it a peek below.

Source: Heroes of the Storm Announcement

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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