Blizzard confirms SCII: HotS, Diablo III for gamescom

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 7 July 2011 11:09 GMT

Blizzard Poland has confirmed on its Battle.net blog that StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm will be at gamescom next month.

The company, who announced its attendance for the show last month, said that the game’s appearance is “the first time in a playable version in Europe,” according to a machine translation.

Diablo III will also be on show in the Koelnmesse, as well as WoW Cataclysm for raids, competitions and other things.

gamescom takes place from August 17-21 in Cologne, Germany.

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