Blizzard fans must wait a bit longer for any major new titles from the company. In the call of a conference to the earnings guarantee announcement yesterday (when the company announced record results and significant versions), Activision Blizzard CFO, Dennis Durkin, said "the company is not launching a big release line for Blizzard in 201
This does not mean that Blizzard will be taking the year out of course. The company will be entering its previous catalog for a previous release such as World of Warcraft Classic and Warcraft 3: Reforged coming later this year. Evening games like Overwatch and Hearthstone will also see regular updates on regular content.
But the Durkin statement shows that we need to wait until 2020 for real-time titles from Blizzard. This includes the mobile phone Diablo Immortal recently announced and any other titles or TV Diablo . It also means that a new expansion World of Warcraft for the year-Durkin is not specifically expected 2018 Battle for Azeroth is expanded as opposed to the 2015 slate.
Year next year  Financially, Blizzard may not be very good to go regularly. In the call, the Chief Operating Officer of Blizzard, Coddy Johnson, noted that during games like Hearthstone and Overwatch continued to grow in the number of raw players, The two games have a decrease in the number of players – clearing reports (ie the total amount of money those players are willing to spend on an ongoing topic). Without a trend, "it will take time to stabilize and return to growth," said Durkin, which is why Blizzard is expected to "make the most" of the expected revenues Worldwide activity disposal in 2019.
Blizzard has been struggling with a number of high profile executive events recently. Co-founder Blizzard and Chief Executive Officer Mike Morhaime left the company in October, leaving the CFP Amrita Ahuja last month after entering the company in early 2018. Kotaku Having recently reported that the Agency has been getting stronger activity with a blizzard, it has worked relatively independently since the gaming giant has been compiled in 2007.
Looking around 2019, however, Durkin is optimistic "Blizzard PC pipeline, console and mobile content is richer than ever before." Activision says that he is planning an increase in the number of developers who work on their major licenses, including Overwatch Warcraft Hearthstone and Diablo – under 20 per cent in the coming year. These new resources will help "some computer and console server" for 2019, including "other Warcraft games" and "some projects that are on the right [ Diablo ]" said Johnson.
however, Blizzard has been a long time since 2010 to 2016, which saw five major games ( Starcraft II Diablo III Hearthstone Warriors of the Storm and Overwatch ) in seven years. Then again, thinking that Blizzard turned exclusively to the extension of World of Warcraft for the past seven years, we may be too surprised.