Diablo is one of the most famous and beloved franchises within the world of video games. If you are one of the fans of this RPG, you will be pleased to know that a recent rumor claims that Blizzard, the series’ producer, may soon announce the highly anticipated Diablo IV, as well as a remastered version of the classic Diablo II.
According to the Metro game streamer (@Metro_OW on Twitter), which has already leaked information from announcements made in previous editions of BlizzCon (the annual Blizzard convention), the producer must make the announcement of Diablo IV and the remastered version of Diablo II on 2019 edition of the event, which takes place between the 1st and 3rd of November.
Check out the post below, in English.
For anyone who cares, diablo 4 and diablo 2 remastered will also be announced. 🙂 # BlizzCon2019
– Metro (@Metro_OW) October 18, 2019
Although it is important to highlight that this is a rumor, it is worth mentioning that the streamer has already got some information he published about BlizzCon right. For example, he was the first to announce the arrival of the character Ashe for Overwatch, another renowned title from Blizzard.
In addition, the German magazine Gamestar may also have leaked the imminent arrival of Diablo IV, due to the description of The Art of Diablo, an artbook of the franchise.
“With more than 500 arts from Diablo, Diablo II, Diablo III and Diablo IV, this book features many striking works created for Blizzard Entertainment’s iconic action RPG,” states the product description.
BlizzCon 2019 new Diablo 4 leaks in Germany.
If this is true, information about previously leaked Overwatch 2 may be correct. pic.twitter.com/J3cmfciGNt
– Naeri x 나 에리 (@OverwatchNaeri) October 20, 2019
In other words: it seems that the arrival of Diablo IV to the market is just a matter of time. The 2019 edition of BlizzCon should clear that doubt from the fans’ minds.
The Diablo franchise was launched by Blizzard in 1996 and has three main games: Diablo I, II and III, which also feature famous expansions like Diablo Hellfire and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction.
Since then, the series has become very famous and popular. More than 24 million copies of the games have been sold. The franchise has also been adapted into other media, such as books and comics.