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News video games 30 January 2024, 09:25

author: Adrian Werner

Diablo 1 and First Warcraft Available on, Instantly Popular

Blizzard has finally filled a gap in its offering, adding Diablo and the first two installments of the Warcraft series.

Source: Microsoft

Some players have been surprised and even irritated by the long-standing unavailability of certain older games from Blizzard Entertainment for purchase on This absurd situation has finally been changed and classics have been included in the offer:

  1. Warcraft: Orcs & Human for $5.99.
  2. Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness for $9.99 - also includes the expansion Beyond the Dark Portal.
  3. Diablo for $9.99 - also includes the Hellfire expansion.

It's worth mentioning that although the prices in this store are given in euros, this will change in the future.

All three games have been available for digital distribution on for a long time, but their addition to is good news, as some players want to have all of Blizzard's games on one platform.

Many gamers had been anticipating this, as these three games quickly became some of the most popular titles on after being added to the offer. Naturally, this situation won't last long, and these classic titles will soon be surpassed by the latest releases. Nonetheless, this demonstrates that many fans were eagerly anticipating the inclusion of old studio games in the service's offerings.

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However, it's important to note that currently, these games are much cheaper on - the first Warcraft is priced at $5.04, while Diablo and Warcraft II are available for $8.84 each.

The addition of these three games to has finally completed the website's offer, including all PC titles from the Blizzard studio (excluding Diablo II, but Diablo II: Resurrected is available). We use "PC" because the studio's first project was the fighting game The Death and Return of Superman, which premiered on 16-bit consoles, and there are no signs that anyone will develop a remastered version of this title for modern platforms.

Adrian Werner

Adrian Werner

A true veteran of the Gamepressure newsroom, writing continuously since 2009 and still not having enough. He caught the gaming bug thanks to playing on his friend's ZX Spectrum. Then he switched to his own Commodore 64, and after a short adventure with 16-bit consoles, he forever entrusted his heart to PC games. A fan of niche productions, especially adventure games, RPGs and games of the immersive sim genre, as well as a mod enthusiast. Apart from games, he devourers stories in every form - books, series, movies, and comics.