Published: Sat, August 11, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Blizzard confirms it is working on multiple new Diablo projects

Blizzard confirms it is working on multiple new Diablo projects

Whatever the case may be, players still don't know if this means Diablo IV is on the way.

In the video, which features community manager Brandy Camel, the studio confirms that it's working on a few things related to the Diablo property.

Blizzard is gearing up for something big with regards to the Diablo series and has been for some time, but we still don't quite know what the developer has been cooking.

A job listing on their recruitment page opened up a can of worms for the devs, after they asked for a "skilled Dungeon Artist" to work on a "new, unannounced Diablo project".

She added that The Season Of Greed is the first of the Themed seasons and Blizzard Entertainment plans to bring other Themed Season to Diablo 3 as well.

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Diablo fans are among the longest suffering subgroups of Blizzard aficionados, but the end is in sight - the studio says we're going to see more Diablo "later this year". We'll just have to wait until Blizzard is ready to announce what it has cooking.

From the sounds of it, we may get another tease of what's to come at Blizzcon in November. "Some of them are going to take longer than others, but we may have some things to show you later this year", Nevalistis said.

Stay awhile and listen - we have exciting updates to share about the future of Diablo.

Now that Blizzard has gone on record saying multiple projects are in the works, it's possible one of them could be the rumored Switch port of Diablo 3.

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