Yesterday Blizzard had a leak that revealed details of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and World of Warcraft Classic before BlizzConline is an online-only replacement for BlizzCon 2020 in November Now even more information has been leaked, this time about a rumored Blizzard Arcade Collection that revisits Blizzard’s classic games from the past

As Gematsu discovered on Twitter, the European game rating agency PEGI has rated the Blizzard Arcade Collection and announced some details about the compilation. According to PEGI’s listing, the Blizzard Arcade Collection will be the first Lost Vikings game, Rock & Roll Racing and Blackthorne, contain

The Blizzard Arcade Collection – a collection that includes Lost Vikings 1, Rock & Roll Racing, and Blackthorne – has been rated in Europe for PC https: // tco / CAMIDWu0Y1 ImageTwittercom / uEnqztJzeR

These are all fondly remembered games from Blizzard’s early days, when it just got the Warcraft franchise off the ground and before StarCraft or Diablo were even created, interestingly, none of these games ever had arcade releases, and in fact, all three became original released on Super NES

Please note that in the PEGI list, today’s release date of the Blizzard Arcade Collection, Jan. February, is indicated So this could be a surprising drop during BlizzConline’s opening ceremony. The only platform listed is the PC However, if the game is successful there, it’s not hard to imagine that Blizzard will bring the arcade collection to other platforms like Xbox, PlayStation and Switch in the future

We just have to wait and see if the Blizzard Arcade Collection gets a surprise reveal tonight during BlizzConline’s opening ceremony that begins at Nov.00 p.m. PST / Nov.12:00 AM EST, and if this PEGI list is any clue, fans of Blizzard’s classic games will definitely want to tune in


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