Thursday, January 26 World Championship and no BlizzCon in 2012

All battle hungry players has a huge reason to joy this year - Blizzard Entertainment is making World Championship, one of the biggest eSport best pro-gaming focused competition focused tournament. Event will take his place in Asia toward the end of 2012 and will include StarCraft II and World of Warcraft Arena Championship. Players from all over the world will be invited to attend and witness some of most experienced pro gamers fighting for cash rewards and glory.

The sad part of the news is that in 2012 will be no BlizzCon. As Blizzard said the reason of moving BlizzCon to next year is that they are too busy with World Championship and upcoming games premieres, which are: Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm, WoW Mists of Pandaria and of course Diablo III.

It's not necessarily bad news, BlizzCon is huge event that consumes a lot of resources and Blizzard employees attention which means they will have much more time to focus on more important things like polishing Diablo III, Starcraft II or new WoW expansion.
We can basically say that Blizzard is more focused on final moves then ever before, and that means we will not only get our long awaited games bit sooner, but also that they will be more polished and better working from the very first patch.

The question is: If newly released games will be more polished, it also means they will be bug / exploit free?

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