Blizzard is throwing the remote control out the window with its big BlizzCon announcement: introduce voice recognition for PC and Mac. Blizzard’s new Alexa voice assistant platform, and Siri integration for Mac and PC will allow any player in the world to make a random world-saving move through virtual command, from enabling a Valentine’s Day power up, to switching loading screens, or unearthing coordinates for a new dungeon. Blizzard is also partnering with DataTec, which will bring predictive features to Blizzard Heroes, just as they did with Hearthstone and Diablo 3.

There’s also a big new announcement regarding StarCraft: Remastered, which the company will be launching on PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch, and Android. After an eight-year hiatus, StarCraft is making a comeback, and will be partially rebuilt from the ground up for 64 players. This update will also feature an increase to core languages to 17, including A, B, C, J, K, L, and U. It also includes a new live-action movie, which the publisher will release simultaneously on Oct. 18, 2019.

Blizzard also announced a brand new mobile game, called Heroes of the Storm, which will be coming to iOS, Android, and the Amazon Appstore in 2019. In addition, Blizzard is also joining up with Amazon to sell Hearthstone cards in a subscription-based game. Blizzard is pulling the cards out of the deck for the mobile version of Hearthstone, which will make mobile gamers the new favorite party game. And Steam’s popularity didn’t go unnoticed either, as Blizzard will also be opening up Lucky Landing to all its player base.

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