A year ago Overwatch and World of Warcraft hitmaker Blizzard said it would rebranding its fundamental online stage and diversion launcher Battle.net. Today it has at long last happened.
The most recent refresh to Battle.net changes the name to Blizzard, expelling the Battle.net marking that used to involve the upper left corner.
Amid its underlying declaration of the looming transforms, it implied at some more in future by saying, “We’ll simply be alluding to our different items and administrations utilizing the Blizzard name. You’ve as of now observed this as of late with things like ‘Snow squall Streaming’ and ‘Tempest Voice’, and more changes are en route.”
Snow squall has distributed tremendously well known diversions under its name, for example, World of Warcraft, Diablo III, and Overwatch. Battle.net was propelled in the year 1996 and has given its online-multiplayer benefits under a similar name till now.
Remarking on the adjustment in name at the time, Blizzard said in a note, “We’ve seen that there’s been periodic disarray and wasteful aspects identified with having two separate personalities under which everything falls-Blizzard and Battle.net. Given that inherent multiplayer support is a surely knew idea and all the more an ordinary desire nowadays, there isn’t as quite a bit of a need to keep up a different character for what is basically our systems administration innovation.”