Based on the toys-to-life video game franchise, the show will debut on the steaming service in the fall.
Players repeatedly engaging in offensive behaviour could find themselves severely restricted in chat thanks to World of Warcraft's new Silence Penalty.
The two companies say players can log onto games through the social media site and, soon, live stream their game-playing action directly to Facebook.
Fighting Rule 34 may seem futile, but Blizzard has a good reason for trying to stop X-rated fan interpretations of its multiplayer first-person shooter.
Blizzard outlines the measures it will take against offending players and warns that the game will have built-in reporting tools.
It's a good sign for the gaming giant. For comparison, Blizzard's popular World of Warcraft had around 12 million players at its peak.
"Game of Thrones" also proves popular in a new feature that lets people on computers or phones see in all directions around an object or place.
Community manager J. Allen Beck: "There is not a clear legal path to protect Blizzard's IP."
As the Call of Duty and World of Warcraft company adds another huge franchise to its stable, the company now reaches 500 million gamers.
Moonlight and clouds star in a NASA image of the big US blizzard showing the storm lit up from above and below.