BlizzCon Day Two Begins

After you’ve slaked your thirst for demon-slaying, it’s always good to unwind with some good ol’ fashioned player-vs.-player combat. In Diablo III, heroes will be able to enter the arenas of Sanctuary to engage in team battles, earn points in matches on, and otherwise prove their PvP prowess. Learn more about the plans unveiled at this year’s BlizzCon on our news.

During the opening ceremony of BlizzCon 2010, players got a first look at the fifth and final character class for Diablo III: the lithe and deadly. Armed with twin crossbows, an arsenal of deadly contraptions, and an unquenchable thirst for vengeance against the legions of the Burning Hells, the demon hunter strikes quickly and excels at hit-and-run tactics.

Wondering what happened during the various World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and StarCraft II discussions at this year’s BlizzCon? We’ve got you covered! We’ll be providing regular updates on the latest news and information from developer panels and other activities throughout the show. You can check out the latest panel recaps as they’re posted

The second day of BlizzCon has begun! Yesterday, we gave everyone a first look at Diablo III’s newand unveiled our plans for , and players got to try out four upcoming Blizzard-wrought custom maps for StarCraft II, including . Today’s events include the Diablo III: Crafting Sanctuary, StarCraft II Multiplayer, and perennially popular World of Warcraft Class Q&A panels; the finals for this year’s Warcraft III, StarCraft II, and World of Warcraft Arena tournaments; and, of course, the sure-to-be-destiny-altering closing concert featuring Tenacious D.