"pretty ambitious", but it's their hope.
They'd at least settle for it adopted as that for Blizzard games and the community, as the latter is "really what's most important" to the studio.
"For me, I think about the web 2.0 experience and all the people that are connecting with each other around the world on sites like Facebook, and I would like Blizzard's Battle.Net to be the equivalent in the gaming space," Pearce told , reports .
"But that's pretty ambitious," he concedes. "I would be very, very satisfied if Battle.Net was that just for Blizzard games and the Blizzard community. The Blizzard community is really what's most important to us, anyway," said bossman Pearce.
Being bombarded with friends requests from losers you hoped got ditched by the gene pool years ago? Getting no end of virtual items and surveys shoved in your face? Let's hope Battle.net doesn't become the literal equivalent of Facebook, because... just, no!
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