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Perhaps the most anticipated game Blizzard has in development (that we know of) is Diablo 4, the next mainline installment to the iconic action-RPG series. It was first revealed during BlizzCon 2019 through a cinematic trailer alongside a gameplay showcase. Those in attendance also had the chance to get hands-on with a playable demo. There have been since then, but there’s still a lot more we want to know about the game–we expect that to change soon.
is happening this weekend, which is a virtual version of the event. Due to the global pandemic, BlizzCon 2020 was understandably cancelled, but that also means that the developer may have plenty to share about its upcoming games. In anticipation of fresh Diablo 4 news expected during the event, we’ve rounded everything we know so far about the game. For more on Blizzard’s games and what we can expect from the event, be sure to check out everything we know about Hearthstone’s future.
Release Date And Platforms
Diablo 4 is being developed for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. With the latest console generation upon us, it’s likely that we’ll hear about PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of the game too. Diablo 3 was released for Nintendo Switch, but there’s no word on its sequel getting the same treatment.