Published: Sat, August 11, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

Blizzard confirms multiple Diablo projects in development

Diablo IV is pretty much obvious and stands to be the biggest long-term earner of them all. Today's hint was the first to confirm "multiple Diablo projects" in production, however, with a tease of a larger reveal by year's end.

The Associate Community Manager followed on by saying they "may have some things to show [fans] later this year", but nevertheless, the "forges of Blizzard are burning hot".

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Camel said in the video below.

Former Diablo designer David Brevik once said that he believed a Diablo II remake wouldn't be easy to pull off given that the technology Diablo II is based on requires more than a new coat of paint and that numerous game's original assets are likely lost.

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She added that The Season Of Greed is the first of the Themed seasons and Blizzard Entertainment plans to bring other Themed Season to Diablo 3 as well. Ready your eyes for BlizzCon, we reckon. Ultimate barrage, but Blizzard dropped some huge news of their own by way of a quick Twitter video. Let us know. It's great to see that Blizzard is ramping up development in the franchise, so we'll see many new experiences in the near future. Some of them are going to take longer than others.

Stay tuned for more as Blizzard discloses more on the future of Diablo. Well, based on rumours we can take a guess that the most imminent release would be Diablo III for Nintendo Switch - with Diablo 4 to follow.

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KitGuru Says: Blizzard seems to be buckling down on something new for Diablo fans.

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