Kotaku is on the ground at CES 2011 in Las Vegas, checking out all the show's biggest news about video games, tech and whatever weird stuff we can find. Dig into our full CES 2011 coverage.
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The collective, vocalised nostalgia for World of Warcraft from "back in the day" was enough to get Blizzard working on a ancient, timeless version of the MMO, smartly named WoW Classic. In a new developer post, the company has revealed the new-old game will be based on patch 1.12, however, the client and server software will use up-to-date code.
Overwatch League Team Completes Glorious 0-40 Season, Possibly Shittiest Pro Sports Team In World History
The first 12 team slots in the Overwatch League cost, reportedly, $US20 ($27) million each. This was mostly because at least a dozen rich people were willing to give that much money to Blizzard, but was also at least in part to avoid situations like the ongoing disgrace that is the Miami Marlins, where a cash-poor owner leveraged his way into control of a franchise and then refused to properly invest in it.