Blizzard Arcade Collection launches by surprise on consoles and PC – Versus Media México

Thirty years ago, a handful of developers software formed a new game studio with the purpose of creating the kind of games they liked to play themselves.

Some of his first creations were The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing Y Blackthorne; Each of those games earned praise and laid the foundation for the design principles of the company that would soon become Blizzard Entertainment.

During BlizzConline it was announced Blizzard Arcade Collection, a digital bundle of their original hits, updated and available now for Windows PCs, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (plus PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, via backward compatibility).

On Windows PCs, Blizzard Arcade Collection Included as part of the celebration collection, a commemorative bundle of game items Blizzard which was presented at the beginning of the month to celebrate the 30 years of the company. (Players who have already made this purchase will receive Blizzard Arcade Collection automatically). A console version of this bundle is available today as part of Blizzard’s 30th Anniversary Celebration Collection.

The games of Blizzard Arcade Collection They come in their original version and the improved definitive edition, and each offers the ability to customize key settings and rewind for up to ten seconds. The original editions of The Lost Vikings Y Blackthorne, In addition, they include a “View mode”, that allows players to watch a game play and take control at any time. It also offers the ability to save your progress at all times in all versions of each game, except the definitive edition of Rock N Roll Racing. By last, Blizzard Arcade Collection features a wide variety of bonus material including original game art, development relics, discarded content, stories, interviews, and more.

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