It's been more than six years since Diablo III first released, and more than a year since its last DLC arrived, but the franchise isn't lying dormant.
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In a new video shared earlier today on the series' Official Facebook Page, Associate Community Manager Brand Camel confirms that multiple Diablo projects are now in the works, some releasing earlier than others. However, this is the first time that Blizzard has addressed the fan base when it comes to the future of Diablo. "We do not have any plans to announce Diablo for Switch". In no particular order, I think we're looking at three games: a Diablo III port on Nintendo Switch, a Diablo mobile game, and Diablo IV for PS4, Xbox One and PC. This new season will be themed around Greed and future themed seasons are planned to keep Diablo 3 players coming back for more. However, she also indicated that we should know more about some of them "later this year".perhaps at Blizzcon 2018? Camel admits that some are going to take longer than others, but that there might be some news to share "later this year".
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We certainly hope that one of the unannounced projects is a remaster/remake of Diablo 2. A Diablo III port would ensure two modes of play: on-the-go singleplayer or local multiplayer, and online multiplayer that could generate engagement while promoting other Blizzard games to boot. Blizzard Entertainment did finish the Diablo 3 but offered a fresh new take on the series.
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