Saturday, 17 November, 2018

Blizzard denies it canceled a Diablo 4 announcement at BlizzCon

Blizzard denies pulling Diablo 4 announcement from BlizzCon 2018 Report: Blizzard Has a Diablo 4 Reveal Video Ready to Go
Cecil Davis | 08 November, 2018, 22:25

It's safe to say the Diablo Immortal reveal at BlizzCon over the weekend was a bit of a disaster. However, the publisher has now returned to the mobile game well for the controversial Diablo Immortal, which has been widely criticized by fans of the long-standing series. In fact, Blizzard co-founder Allen Adham said during a post announcement press conference (via Korean YouTube channel 리뷰빌런 하텍) that Diablo Immortal is just the beginning.

While specifics weren't shared in the video, it sounds like we can expect some more mobile games in the coming years based on the worlds and lore of other Blizzard titles such as Warcraft, Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm.

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Despite hinting that Diablo 4 wouldn't be at BlizzCon, a lot of fans were outraged when the only mention of the series was Diablo Immortal, which is set between the second and third games. Many of them are being developed internally only, and we'll have information to share on those in the future. The news came in the wake of a controversy that saw some fans angered at the reveal of Diablo Immortal, a mobile title now in development for release in 2019. It's also an opportunity to introduce Diablo to "a much broader audience around the world", and to younger gamers in North America, many of whom play primarily on their phones.

As EA proved when it announced Command and Conquer: Rivals at E3, many PC owners aren't happy when companies take the platform's classic games and turn them into mobile titles-even if they are reportedly pretty good. "So we haven't forgotten about them", Adham said. "We do continue to have different teams working on multiple unannounced Diablo projects, and we look forward to announcing when the time is right". "The future is bright".