During Blizzcon 2018, we have been crowned with the announcement of Diablo Immortal, a game that most of the players know as a core, authentic, and beautiful when it comes to hack ‘n’ slash title by Blizzard. Throughout the last years, each Diablo fan was eager to see something new coming out from Blizzard when it comes to this MMO.
After numerous of announcements, do not get me wrong, after thousands of them, after all the hype was built in the online world after all of the published videos by Blizzard were played for countless of times by the hardcore fans of Diablo, Blizzard came out with the poorest Diablo 3 content ever seen on a Blizzcon.
Back in August, there was a video posted by Blizzard, hinting a new series of this franchise. The whole announcement was covered by our team as we were also eager to discover the new excitements. Apparently, the new Diablo project was a mess and barely greeted by all the fans across the world.
But, looking at the bright side, the video published by Blizzard some time ago claims new discoveries until the end of the year. Nevertheless, even if the devs are planning a new Diablo 4, was Blizzcon the right place to announce Diablo Immortal? Blizzcon, the only Iconic place of Blizzard franchises that have ruled the whole world multiple times?
After this whole situation, there’s still a chance that Diablo 4 is in development. But, if we do not receive any information until the end of 2018, it’s most likely to be a no-no.
According to us, Blizzard should’ve expanded Diablo 3’s limitations. Diablo 3 should’ve achieved a level of World of Warcraft or similar, and should’ve offered the first Open World hack ‘n’ slash. We hope that Blizzard will change their mind and everything will turn to a better good.