Blizzard has rolled out an update to the Battle.net App Beta which overhauls the interface and brings more features to the client.
- Hide Games - Don't play certain games? You can now hide them! Bye Activision!
- More News - You can see more articles within the view for each of the games.
- Docked Friendslist - Your friends are always accessible on the right side of the client.
- The friendslist also updates based on your selected game to show friends playing that game first.
Follow the instructions below to update your Battle.net app to experience the new client. It has been a great experience so far!
We’ve been hard at work on new features for the Battle.net Desktop App, and we wanted to show you a preview of what we’re developing. Starting today, anyone who’s opted in to test Battle.net updates can try out our beta.
Though we’re improving the look and feel of Battle.net, we also want to keep this preview familiar and easy to use. Here’s what to expect.
The most obvious difference between the beta and its full-release sibling is a refreshed user interface. We’ve heard many of you loud and clear: You want more control over your game navigation, and you’d like your friends and chats to be easily accessible. You’ll also notice that we’ve updated the stories view for each game, so you can see more recent updates and highlights. To see all the updates in the Battle.net beta, check out our patch notes.
If you didn’t sign up to test new versions of Battle.net, but you want to, log into the Battle.net Desktop App, head to the “Beta” menu in "Settings", and opt in to try future patches before they’re officially released.
We’ll continue making the Battle.net App more user-friendly, more informative, and more customizable. We want it to help you connect with your friends and play games quickly and easily.
If you have any thoughts about what would make the app a better experience for you, please use the app forums to send us your feedback.
We’ll see you in-game!