Every game in Blizzard’s current collection has something on sale.
Blizzard Entertainment announced its holiday sales today, and the selection is broad, including every game the company publishes and a number of physical goodies.
Notably absent: Character services in World of Warcraft, including server transfers, faction transfers, name changes, race changes and so on. Gamers are likely turning to these services in high numbers this week, thanks to the opening of server transfers for characters in World of Warcraft: Classic.
Here’s the rundown of all the sales:
World of Warcraft is offering 50 percent off the Battle for Azeroth expansion Standard version and 35 percent off Digital Deluxe version items; 50 percent off a selection of mounts, pets and toys; 50 percent off the first month’s subscription for new players; and the Cat Pack, a bundle that includes four feline pets (Cinder Kitten, Twilight, Mischief, and Brightpaw) and three cat mounts (Mystic Runesaber, Luminous Starseeker and Winged Guardian), plus a bonus serving of cat puns on the sale site, for $24.34 (retail was $115.)
Overwatch is offering 25 percent off the game’s Standard Edition, 50 percent off Legendary Edition, and 75 percent off the Legendary Upgrade, all for PC.
Hearthstone is selling a Winter Veil Wonder Bundle of 30 card packs, six each from five expansions, plus the Dame Hazelbark Druid hero and card back for $25.
Diablo is offering up to 50 percent off Diablo III and Reaper of Souls, along with discounts on the Eternal Collection, Battle Chest, Rise of the Necromancer and Reaper of Souls Digital Deluxe.
Heroes of the Storm is offering 50 percent off Kerrigan, Uther, Zarya, Cho’gall, Whitemane, Leoric, Li-Ming, Samuro and Tracer heroes, and discounting some skins and the Reaver and Ghost Speeder mounts.
StarCraft is offering up to 33 percent off StarCraft Remastered, upgrades and bundles. The StarCraft II Campaign Collection is 25 percent off and the Deluxe collection is 33 percent off.
If you missed the company’s annual BlizzCon fan convention in November, the Virtual Ticket including in-game goodies and videos of many of the presentations, is on sale for 20 percent off. Getting a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket also gets you into the Warcraft III: Reforged beta — which so far is very, very good.
Sales have been going on for physical goodies for the past month in Blizzard’s Gear Store (currently it’s 20 percent off orders over $24 with a code presented on the site), but a new promotion offers shipping-in-time-for-Christmas-or-it’s-free should you need it.