Last week we speculated on the mysterious Warcraft 3 event that gathered famous players from all around the world and brought forth many rumours. Now Blizzard has announced the Warcraft 3 Invitational and the release of the latest patch 1.29 on the game’s PTR server.
You can find the full announcement here:
Over 15 years since the release of Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III has a new major patch coming and your favorite players are throwing the first Warcraft III Invitational to celebrate it!
Hosted by casters Neo and Remo of Back2Warcraft, join us on February 27 and February 28 on Twitch for a slew of special events, including Free-for-All, 4v4’s, and other friendly competitions. Well-known Warcraft III competitors from around the world will be getting together live at Blizzard HQ to showcase their talents in friendly competition!
We love and continue to support our Warcraft III community, and we’re excited to see classic competitors like Manuel “Grubby” Schenkhuizen, Park “Lyn” Joon, and Kim “ReMinD” Sung Sik try out all the new PTR changes for themselves—including balance adjustments to many heroes, widescreen support, and more – all playable now on the PTR!
The Patch 1.29 brings much quality of life improvements such as 16:9 widescreen support, 24 player limit, mana bar display, hero balance changes and much more. You can find the full list of changes here.