Battle.net

by Blizzard Entertainment

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Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment

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Last revision: Last week

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Blizzard has just started testing the Battle.net client. This program will provide a number of unique features for those who play games from Blizzard. Not all application functions are currently implemented. But the main features are already available. What hasn't been done yet has been replaced by layouts and will appear soon.

So what is the Battle.net client? It's a replacement for all Blizzard games. The client performs updates, downloads games and so on. In short, he's doing everything any good louncher should do. But in Battle.net client you get the opportunity to update any game without using a lot of similar programs for each individual game. It's very convenient. At this stage of testing, a chat with friends is available. And it doesn't matter what game you're in or what game your friends are in. You can always write to them in a chat room. You can also view all the news from Blizzard in this program. In the future, it is planned to add a games and add-ons shop, player forum and user profiles. But at the moment, it's only in theory. Don't forget that the announcement is a long way off, so there's still a lot to be done.

- a lounge for all Blizzard games;

- Update, launch games and more in one program;

- a convenient chat room;

- Constant update of Blizzard news;

- a nice graphical interface.

Connor
I use Battle.net regularly to play Overwatch and Destiny 2 and it is a great marketplace software for all of Blizzard and Activision games. All in game purchases are listed neatly and concisely and it is made extremely easy to play with friends. I would thoroughly recommend downloading Battle.net as there are a multitude of games you can try out on it.
Muhammad
Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Starcraft 2, Call of Duty, Diablo. That's almost every game I play in one single launcher. I don't know how Blizzard keeps making the worlds best games, but as long as they do I will be buy everything they make and put on battle.net
Archie
Good interface, fast installation. Games will download fast but the Launcher itself can be slow while updating to future versions.
Murray
Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Battle.net for Windows is a platform that is used for internet-based online gaming, digital rights management, distribution of digital content, and even social media. This versatile platform offers many free games for download such as World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Destiny 2, and others. First launched December 31, 1996 it was something new and quite different from the previous external interfaces which were customarily used by the other online services. This software was incorporated directly into the games that used it and were the first online gaming service to do this.
Charlie
Battle.net is a game launcher used by many gamers. Although successfully launched initially, contrary to the popular belief, the launcher has not been doing so well among the gamer community. Many of the gamers still ask the question, is it legit? Is it safe to use? And there are also complaints by many regarding its usability. One of the users claimed their credit card was charged but they are still unable to login using their login credentials. Even though they contacted customer support, no proper guidance was given and also no refund was provided.
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