Is it time for Diablo IV?
Given that outside of a small hero addition and some updates Diablo has been mostly dormant since 2014, it was easy to think that it would be a long while until we saw anything substantial again, but this changes that perception.
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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".
Blizzard today re-confirmed that Diablo isn't dead: the publisher is developing several new projects that may be announced sometime this year. "Some of them are going to take longer than others, but we may have some things to show you later this year. Diablo is, and always will be, part of Blizzard's identity, and we can't wait for the future".
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Those of you who have been following KitGuru for a while will know that Diablo is one of my favourite games. Not only that, but Camel indicated that we'll likely hear more about what Blizzard is working on before the end of the year. Fortunately, it sounds like we're getting some details in the relatively near future.
We certainly hope that one of the unannounced projects is a remaster/remake of Diablo 2. Diablo III's launch was pretty disastrous, what with the bad Battle.net issues, terrible difficulty scaling, poor drop rates, and the terrifying Real Money Auction House. Blizzard Entertainment did finish the Diablo 3 but offered a fresh new take on the series.
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