Warcraft Mobile Livestream COUNTDOWN - How to Watch, Start Time, and Rumoured Games

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May 3, 2022: The Warcraft Mobile livestream is just an hour away.

At the start of March, Blizzard announced their plans for the upcoming first quarter of the year. For the next couple of months, they would be announcing a World of Warcraft expansion, a Hearthstone expansion, and a Warcraft mobile game. We're counting down to the livestream reveal of that WoW mobile game with all the details you need.

No one really knows what to expect when it comes to a Warcraft mobile game. Fans are hoping for a direct port of World of Warcraft to mobile, but that seems very hefty, and out of reach for the game. At the moment, rumours are swirling that it's more like Pokemon GO and/or Clash of Clans.

If you want to know more about World of Warcraft, we have a 10.0 page where you can read all about what to expect in Dragonflight. You can also get to know the Evoker class in our guide, or read about the Dracthyr race.

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When Is the Warcraft Mobile Livestream? - COUNTDOWN

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The Warcraft Mobile livestream is taking place on 3 May, 2022. It's at 10am PST/ 6pm GMT.

They only announced this three days ago, so it comes as a shock to many. The rumours have also only started flying in very recent times.

How to Watch the Warcraft Mobile Livestream

You can tune into the Warcraft Mobile livestream through the dedicated Warcraft Mobile livestream page, It's from Blizzard, so there shouldn't be any delays or downtime.

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Warcraft Game reveal times. May 3 at 10am (PT) @ Reveal.blizzard.com
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Warcraft Reveal times

What Is The Warcraft Mobile About?

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While we don't know what the game is set to be about, it is rumoured to be a mix of Pokemon Go and Clash of Clans. This could be a very interesting mix. Pet battles are a big part of World of Warcraft, and have been for a long time.

However, it seems that the Warcraft: Go game seems to have been cancelled, as devs that were working on the game have spoken out on it, and confirmed so.

They haven't confirmed that the Clash of Clans-like game has been cancelled, so this one is still very much on the cards for the Warcraft mobile game. For now, it is a waiting game until tomorrow.

If you like this content and want to know more about Blizzard's plans, check out our Diablo Immortal content. Want to know what you missed in the livestream reveal? Or maybe you want to know what rewards you'll get in season 26 of Diablo 3?