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What we expect from Blizzcon 2016

This year's Blizzcon schedule has been revealed, giving us some idea of what to expect from Blizzard's big ol' knees up come the start of next month. I mean, let's be honest, nothing's a guarantee here (aside from Mike Morhaime turning up in a lovely bowling shirt), but we think there are a couple of safe bets. For a start, it seems pretty likely that we'll see the reveal of Overwatch's next playable hero.
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