snowstorm Has posted its update Battle Network The launcher allows you to add friends from all over the world-although its own game will still be zone locked.
In the update added on June 9, Blizzard removed the Battle.net launcher restrictions that prevented players from adding friends outside their hometown (thanks, Wowhead).
Any friends you add from other regions will have their location listed under the username in your friends list. Despite these advancements, you still cannot play with friends from overseas regions (this is mainly due to the regional servers Blizzard uses in its high-profile multiplayer games).
“Battle.net is where players participate in the game and connect with each other. Now, we are pushing these connections to the world!” the company said in its latest Battle.net patch notes. It also says:
Starting June 8, 2021, your friends in Europe, America, and Asia will be merged into the global friends list.
You can chat, create groups, and view the games your friends are playing in one place.
There is no news about when Blizzard will allow players to play with players from other regions, but with this update, multiple Blizzard communities seem to rekindle hope — one day — the international cordon will be removed .
We recently heard that Blizzard lost about 2 million players in the last fiscal quarter, so it seems that the company needs to do everything it can to attract new fans—or to attract lost players back.
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