Diablo 4 IS in Development, But It’s Not an Easy Journey According to Sources

Kotaku is featuring a new article on the current status of the Diablo franchise in general, and the Diablo 4 development specifically. Eleven current and past Blizzard employees have spoken to the site on the condition of anonymity and have provided information about the canceled second Diablo 3 expansion, a Diablo 4 that’s been started, cancelled and restarted as recently as 2016 and much more.

Diablo 4 IS in Development, But It’s Not an Easy Journey According to Sources

Kotaku is featuring a new article on the current status of the Diablo franchise in general, and the Diablo 4 development specifically. Eleven current and past Blizzard employees have spoken to the site on the condition of anonymity and have provided information about the canceled second Diablo 3 expansion, a Diablo 4 that’s been started, cancelled and restarted as recently as 2016 and much more.

Diablo 4 IS in Development, But It’s Not Been an Easy Journey According to Sources

Kotaku is featuring a new article on the current status of the Diablo franchise in general, and the Diablo 4 development specifically. Eleven current and past Blizzard employees have spoken to the site on the condition of anonymity and have provided information about the canceled second Diablo 3 expansion, a Diablo 4 that’s been started, cancelled and restarted as recently as 2016 and much more.

Diablo Team Q&A + Immortal World Information

The Diablo team took to the stage yesterday at BlizzCon 2018 to answer fan questions, though none were centered on the controversy that the announcement of the mobile-only game has created since Friday. The team answered a variety of questions covering whether or not we’ll see Mephisto in the game, if microtransactions will be present and how Blizzard plans “to stay relevant with a mobile game in a heavily PC-dominated market”.

Diablo III-Themed Loot Goblin amiibo Revealed

Blizzard has announced that a new Switch amiibo will be sold at Gamestop starting in December for $15.99. The Loot Goblin is the first-ever Blizzard amiibo, but at this point, we don’t have any idea what it will do. According to Gamestop, it “opens up a portal in game”. It’s possible it will function similarly to Goblins that currently exist in the game that can occasionally open a Treasure Portal that can yield serious gold and items.

Diablo Devs Throw Ice Water on the Fires of Blizzcon Expectations

After the reveal of the Blizzcon 2018 schedule and seeing the prominent placement of Diablo following a keynote — a “usual” sign that that is the “highlight” of the annual convention — rumors and speculation have been flying about what could be coming next for Diablo. In a new, and between us, rather odd post on the Diablo site, the team seems to be asking fans to temper their expectations.

Blizzard Sending Diablo 3 Players Off on a Virtual & Real World Scavenger Hunt

Blizzard is sending its Diablo 3 players and fans on a real world and virtual scavenger hunt that can yield some pretty sweet loot at the end including “one-of-a-kind artifacts” recreated by Volpin Props. Hunters will need to keep eyes on the Diablo 3 Twitter for clues where to go on the ‘Net or in the real world in order to scan codes that unlock entries into the event’s drawing. In addition to the prop artifacts, players can also win Nintendo Switch, collectibles and more.

Does the Blizzcon Floor Map Fly in the Face of Diablo Emphasis Hinted by Convention Schedule?

The venue map for Blizzcon 2018 has been released that reveals an interesting tidbit. Last week, the internet went into a paroxysm of speculation about the fact that a Diablo panel would be held after the keynote address, a typical sign of a big announcement. However, looking at the venue map, one has to wonder. Of all of Blizzard’s games, only Diablo lacks its own “space” with even Starcraft II taking up more room than what is perhaps the “centerpiece” of the show.

Have a Helluva Time Playing Diablo III with This Swank New Themed Bundle

If you’ve been waiting to take Diablo III out on the road but have hesitated to purchase a Nintendo Switch, today’s reveal of the themed bundle just may convince you to open up your wallet. Nintendo has partnered with Blizzard to bring a $360 bundle that includes a themed carrying case and dock alongside a digital download code for Diablo III: Eternal Collection.