World of Warcraft's greatest world event ever, the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj, will return in Classic

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World of Warcraft's greatest world event ever, the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj, will return in Classic

When World of Warcraft: Classic launches in the summer of 2019, it will be as close of an authentic recreation as possible to Warcraft as it existed in 2006 when patch 1.12 was released. But, the good news, is that doesn't mean World of Warcraft: Classic will be a game forever stuck in stasis. Revealed at a panel during Blizzcon this weekend, game director Ion Hazzikostas took the stage to reveal Classic's post-launch update plans, which include all of the major raids and events from vanilla World of Warcraft. Yup, we're going to be getting the Opening of the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj 2.0.

This iFixit 64-bit driver kit is just $16 from Fry's and Google Express

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This iFixit 64-bit driver kit is just $16 from Fry's and Google Express

iFixit's screwdriver kits are always popular for repairing electronics, and the 'Mako' driver kit is one of the company's mid-range options. It comes with 64 screwdriver bits for repairing computers, smartphones, consoles, and more. The kit rarely goes on sale, but now you can get it from Fry's (or Google Express) for $15.99—a $14 drop from the usual price.

Blizzard faces huge backlash for Diablo mobile game, fans call it a 'slap in the face'

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Blizzard faces huge backlash for Diablo mobile game, fans call it a 'slap in the face'

Blizzard is facing a monumental backlash following the reveal of its massively multiplayer Diablo Immortal mobile game at Blizzcon yesterday, with fans calling the announcement a "slap in the face". Most of the anger stems from Blizzard stating in August that it had "multiple Diablo projects in the works", fuelling speculation that it would announce Diablo 4, or a Diablo remaster, at Blizzcon. It later clarified that it wouldn't "be ready to announce all of our projects", but the community still believes that building all that hype and then unveiling a mobile game is "disrespectful".

Warcraft 3: Reforged includes The Frozen Throne, multiplayer will be compatible with the original

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Warcraft 3: Reforged includes The Frozen Throne, multiplayer will be compatible with the original

After this morning's announcement, our folks at BlizzCon learned a little more about the Warcraft 3 remaster that's coming next year. For one thing, Warcraft 3: Reforged will include Reign of Chaos, as well as the expansion, The Frozen Throne—so it's a complete edition of the game. And it isn't just a graphical upgrade, as at least some of the campaign maps are being modified.