The time of year has almost arrived for Blizzard Entertainment to host the company-sponsored Blizzcon 2017. In early November, fans of the games universe will once again convene in one place and celebrate an epic occasion with the game developer.

The two-day event is set to kick off on Friday, November 3 with an opening ceremony at Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Within the first day, the attendees will get an exclusive preview of what’s next for popular video games like “World Of Warcraft” ("WoW"), “Hearthstone,” “Overwatch,” “Heroes of the Storm,” and “Starcraft II.”

On the following day, fans will have live Q&As with the development teams behind the successful franchises from Blizzard.

They can also take a deep dive into the new content plans for “Heroes of the Storm.”

What to expect from 'WoW'

Last year’s BlizzCon was huge for "WoW" fans with the announcement of Legion. Game director Ion Hazzikostas reviewed what the expansion was like for both the development team and the players as well.

Apparently, the development team used a unique approach in the release of the last expansion. Each of the updates added story content in installment fashion and players showed positive responses to the whole thing.

Now, Blizzard has prepared another surprise for the hardcore players of the MMO RPG at this year’s convention. Interestingly enough, before the Hazzikostas could present what’s next for "WoW," the game files were reportedly data mined.

New armor, secret map

A new post of one user on Reddit tipped that the next patch for the game will feature new armor and a brand new map. The Kul Tiras Quest Armor and a secret land to explore appeared in a picture, which indicated these details. However, there is not much known about this leaked info yet.

From the looks of it, however, the upcoming expansion will be just as epic as Legion.

The last huge update saw the addition of legendary battles with a profound story, a massive number of new areas and the Demon Hunter class.

BlizzCon goodie bag, virtual tickets

Meanwhile, the BlizzCon 2017 virtual ticket sells for $39, which gives holders access to private streams, in demand replays, and $10 price-off on the Goodie Bag.

They will also have exclusive freebies in all Blizzard games including the faction-themed flying mounts in Warcraft game.

Also, fans can check out the unboxing of the Goodie Bag as shared by a fan on YouTube.

"World of Warcraft" is the fourth entry in the hallmark "Warcraft" video game series developed and released by Blizzard Entertainment on Windows PC in 2004.