The opening ceremony is being streamed for free: http://us.battle.net/blizzcon/en/live-stream/
So don't forget.
If it was $19.99, I'd buy it. $40 is too much for a few in-game items, since all the information will be available online within seconds of it being revealed.
Yeah, it's way too steep this year. I couldn't care one jot about a pet, a D3 thing, a hearthstone thing and whatever. I'm interested in the informtion, and the trailer will go on youtube while I can read the information on this very site. 40$, no. I would've paid 15$ perhaps. -Maybe- 20$.
I don't see a problem with the cost, cheaper than a airfare and stuff, plus I get to watch it from my couch.
This year I thought I would treat myself and actually enjoy the excitement through the magical wonderment of video streaming technology, since I won't spend the money on cross country plane tickets.
Just saw: Artists Panel is not included in the ticket. Going to have to rely on third party videos anyway.
So I'm curious where you heard your info. The only thing I've heard so far that I wish to see is the side floor Voice Actor stuff. I really, really wish that was going to be streamed.Order a Virtual Ticket!
- High-definition, 720p quality stream
- Access to all panels, contests, and closing concert
- BlizzCon exclusive in-game goodies
- And much more!
20:00 - 21:15 CET Digital Painting: Ben Thompson
Traditional Drawing: Kevin Griffith
Digital 3D Modeling: Paul Warzecha
21:30 - 22:45 CET Digital Painting: Anthony Jones
Traditional Drawing: Tyson Murphy
Digital 3D Modeling: Alvaro Buendia
23:00 - 0:15 CET Digital Painting: Glenn Rane
Traditional Drawing: John Polidora
Digital 3D Modeling: Jimmy Lo
0:30 - 1:45 CET Digital 3D Modeling: Gaetan Montaudouin
Traditional Drawing: Sam Didier
Digital 3D Modeling: Jesse Brophy
however if you go trough the Shedule you have 4 panels where its not listed anywhere.