So, it looks like Diablo 4 for the PC is real.
Blizzard announced a Diablo mobile game. The note read, "Blizzard severely miscalculated how their fans would respond, which suggests they aren't in touch with their players as maybe they should be".
However, while Kotaku was right in saying that the developer had indeed created a video (presented by studio co-founder Allen Adham), it was never meant to be shown at Blizzcon. Unfortunately, it wasn't the one that fans were hoping for but a mobile title is still an impressive addition to the franchise.
Instead, Blizzard attempted to temper fan expectations ahead of BlizzCon, writing that, "We now have multiple teams working on different Diablo projects and we can't wait to tell you all about them...when the time is right".
Even though we do not have a date for the official release of Diablo Immortal for iOS and Android, we do have some good news.
Instead, previously mentioned Diablo Immortal took the limelight, leaving many wondering where the hell III's long-awaited sequel is. For years, the game has been constantly updated with new content, and it remained free-to-play.
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After the fallout of the Blizzard Immortal announcement, it is now being reported that Blizzard were set to close the show with a Diablo 4 reveal.
0commentsThere's still a lot of doubt behind Immortal, but hopefully Blizzard will have more answers for us soon. And perhaps the whole Diablo Immortal backlash would have been a small blip and not the major distraction it has become.
"I think it's totally understandable" Cheng said, according to VG247. That's how Bethesda was able to draw roaring applause by simply splashing four words onto a big screen at E3, and Blizzard could easily have done the same thing: Tell the audience, "One more thing", smash a Diablo 4 logo on the screen, "Thank you!" "We love the way "Diablo" has brought millions of players around the world together to slay demons".