Published games and applications
As Silicon & Synapse
As Blizzard Entertainment
- The Death and Return of Superman (1994)
- Blackthorne (1994)
- Justice League Task Force (1995)
- The Lost Vikings 2 (1997)
- Heroes of the Storm (2015)
- Blizzard Arcade Collection (2021)
- Warcraft: Orcs & Humans (1994 / 2019 GOG.com)
- Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness (1995)
- Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal (1996)
- Warcraft II: The Dark Saga (1997)
- Warcraft II: Battle.net Edition (1999 / 2019 GOG.com)
- Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002)
- Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne (2003)
- World of Warcraft (2004)
- World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade (2007)
- World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (2008)
- World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (2010)
- World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (2012)
- Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (2014) (for expansions and adventures)
- World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor (2014)
- World of Warcraft: Legion (2016)
- World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth (2018)
- World of Warcraft: Classic (2019)
- Warcraft III: Reforged (2020)
- World of Warcraft: Shadowlands (2020)
- Untitled Warcraft mobile game (TBA)
- StarCraft (1998)
- StarCraft: Brood War (1998)
- StarCraft 64 (2000)
- StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (2010)
- StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (2013)
- StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void (2015)
- StarCraft II: Nova Covert Ops (2016)
- StarCraft: Remastered (2017)
- Diablo (1996 / 2019 GOG.com)
- Diablo II (2000)
- Diablo II: Lord of Destruction (2001)
- Diablo III (2012)
- Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (2014)
- Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition (2014)
- Diablo III: Eternal Collection (2017)
- Diablo Immortal (TBA)
- Diablo II: Resurrected (TBA 2021)
- Diablo IV (TBA)
- Blizzard Downloader †
- Blizzard Launcher † (2005)
- Blizzard Repair †
- Blizzard Updater †
- Blizzard Mobile Authenticator (2009)
- WoW Mobile Armory † (2009)
- BlizzCon Mobile (2011)
- StarCraft WCS (2013)
- Blizzard Battle.net desktop app (2013)
- Blizzard AR Viewer † (2014)
- WoW Legion Companion App † (2016)
- Blizzard Battle.net Mobile app (2017)
- Overwatch League Mobile App (2018)
- BlizzCon TV (2018)
- Blizzard Esports (2018)
- WoW Companion App (2018)
- † replaced / defunct
- Related pen-and-paper RPG materials
About 50% of all Blizzard games have been canceled during development.
- Project Ares (codename for a StarCraft first-person shooter, cancelled on June 6, 2019 to put more resources into Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4)
- Bloodlines (concepts later used for StarCraft)
- Crixa (2D shooter)
- Crossroads (unused MMO concept)
- Diablo II: Salvation (trademark patented in 2001)
- Diablo III: The King in the North (canceled second expansion for Diablo III)
- Diablo Junior (intended for the Gameboy Color, scrapped due to production costs)
- Diablo MMO (dropped concept)
- Games People Play (crossword puzzles, boggle, and other word games)
- Hades (first Diablo IV iteration, cancelled)
- Nomad (cancelled in favor of World of Warcraft)
- Pax Imperia II (rights sold to THQ, later released as Pax Imperia: Eminent Domain)
- Shattered Nations (cancelled in favor of StarCraft)
- Starblo (ARPG in a sci-fi setting)
- StarCraft: Ghost (indefinitely postponed on March 24, 2006)
- StarCraft MMO (dropped concept)
- Titan was the project name for a massively multiplayer online game (MMO) that was being developed as a new IP. In September 2014, Blizzard co-founder and CEO, Mike Morhaime, confirmed with Polygon that the project had been canceled.
- Untitled mobile game (cancelled in June, 2019)
- Untitled pirate-themed ARPG (cancelled after a year of development)
- Untitled project by Mike Booth (abandoned in June, 2015)
- Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans (canceled on May 22, 1998)
- Warcraft Legends (canceled RPG, elements re-used in Warcraft III)
- World of Warcraft: The Board Game: Scion of Darkness (canceled in 2008)
- ^ Blizzard’s Unannounced Warcraft Mobile Game. Blizzplanet (2017-06-16). Retrieved on 2017-06-19.
- ^ Blizzard freezes non-WOW MMOG rumors. GameSpot (2006-06-14). Retrieved on 2013-11-13.
- ^ a b 2015-08-12, GAMESCOM 2015: BLIZZARD WILL 'CONSIDER WARCRAFT' RTS ONCE STARCRAFT 2 IS DONE. IGN, retrieved on 2015-08-12
- ^ November, 2016, Blizzard Working on New First Person Game. Gamerant, retrieved on 2016-12-01
- ^ Warcraft IV Confirmed, Starcraft II to be split into a Trilogy. NG4 (2008-09-11). Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
- ^ Warcraft IV somewhat confirmed at BlizzCon. SK Gaming (2011-10-11). Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
- ^ Eddie Makuch 2014-08-15. Blizzard Has Considered WoW 2 -- What Would You Like to See?. Gamespot.
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- ^ a b Jason Schreier 2019-06-06. Sources: Blizzard Cancels StarCraft First-Person Shooter To Focus On Diablo 4 And Overwatch 2. Kotaku. Retrieved on 2019-06-08.
- ^ A brief history of Blizzard's cancelled and unreleased games. Polygon (2014-09-23). Retrieved on 2014-09-24.
- ^ 2017-05-11, BlizzCon 2017: How Overwatch rose from Titan’s failure. Blizzard Watch, accessed on 2017-11-05
- ^ a b c D.I.C.E. '08: Blizzard talks about blowing up. GameSpot (2008-02-07). Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
- ^ Blizzard North considered making Diablo Junior for the Game Boy Color. Joystiq (2012-10-12). Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
- ^ a b Blizzard Entertainment Inc.. Moby Games. Retrieved on 2013-05-28.
- ^ Pax Imperia II. JudgeHype. Retrieved on 2013-05-28.
- ^ The Art of Blizzard Entertainment (book) review…. Inside the Box (2013-02-04). Retrieved on 2013-05-28.
- ^ Diablo in space? Blizzard actually worked on "Starblo". Neowin.net (2012-10-23). Retrieved on 2013-05-29.
- ^ 'StarCraft: Ghost' (PS2/Xbox) Cancelled But Goes Next-Gen. Worthplaying (2006-03-24). Retrieved on 2013-11-13.
- ^ Ross Miller 2014-09-23. Blizzard cancels its 'World of Warcraft' successor. The Verge.
- ^ 2016-01-09, Marvel Heroes 2015 (January 8 2016). YouTube, retrieved on 2016-01-11
- ^ 2015-07-31, THE UNSOLVED MYSTERY OF MIKE BOOTH. Blizzpro, retrieved on 2015-08-01