Blizzard Introduces Battle.net Gift Card

Blizzard Introduces Battle.net Gift Card

Blizzard Entertainment announced on Friday, April 18, that the developer has introduced Battle.net Gift Cards across a wide range of retailers in Europe, going for €20 / £15 each. If you’re the one that’s been gifted a Battle.net Gift Card, redeeming it is quite simple: all you need to do is redeem the code on the back of the card, which will add the funds to your Battle.net Balance.

Your gifted funds will allow you to purchase a variety of digital items, games and services. As an example, through the Gift Card you are able to give your friends upgrades to Digital Deluxe Editions of games they own, pets and mounts in World of Warcraft , and Hearthstone Expert Card Packs. Below is a list of participating retailers.

  • United Kingdom: GAME, Grainger Games, ASDA

  • Germany, Austria, Ireland, Finland, Denmark: Gamestop

  • Belgium, Netherlands: Bart Smit, Game Mania

  • Sweden, Spain: Game, Gamestop

  • France: Micromania

Follow PAX East in Boston on Friday, April 11, Blizzard gave a recap on its MOBA Heroes of the Storm while at the event. On April Fools’ Day, Blizzard had some fun announcing a few joke titles, two of which was a renaming of the third installment to StarCraft II from Legacy of the Void to “ Herald of the Stars ”, and the announcement of the side-scroller beat-em-up Outcasts: Vengeance of the Vanquished .

On Wednesday, April 9, Heroes of the Storm’s game director Dustin Browder published a post about how to effectively use your heroes both in and out of team fights, employing ambush tactics and hero focuses alike across the early, mid and late game.

Tychus, a character from the StarCraft series, had his hero spotlight for Heroes of the Storm revealed early last month. A hero spotlight video has also been revealed for Diablo’s Tyrael, the Archangel of Justice. A Heroes of the Storm trailer for Kerrigan has also been revealed.

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