Microsoft’s Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase saw Blizzard popping up with a new trailer for Diablo II: Resurrection. More importantly, the trailer came with a release date attached.
The first technical alpha for Diablo II: Resurrected is set to begin this Friday. Some details for the alpha and how to sign up are available, though not everybody will get in.
Three Diablo titles appeared during the first day of BlizzConline. Diablo II: Resurrected will be coming later this year, Diablo IV adds the Rogue class, and Diablo Immortal heads towards alpha.
A new Diablo IV development update has been posted by Blizzard. The new update covers topics like storytelling, the open-world setting, and multiplayer implementation.
Blizzard posted the first in a series of quarterly development updates for Diablo IV. This edition includes information on the UI, controls, and monster families.
The opening presentation for BlizzCon featured some new announcements. The big ones for RPGamers are Diablo IV and World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
Blizzard had already dampened expectations that Diablo IV would be revealed at BlizzCon, but it did announce a new title. Diablo Immortal sees the series joining many others in appearing on iOS and Android.
Nintendo’s delayed Direct presentation offered up plenty of new titles for 3DS and Switch. Highlights include a new RPG from Game Freak and a lot of Final Fantasy titles.
For those who missed it, Diablo III is coming to Switch later this year. Blizzard and Nintendo joined up to show off some of the title at Gamescom.
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