Even if there are no certain dates revealed, Blizzard’s Diablo 2 Resurrected and Diablo Immortal are both set to release in 2021, based on Activision Blizzard’s financial results call. Both games are highly anticipated and received positive feedback based on their recent technical alpha.
But, to bring to a conclusion of positive feedback, we can rely on TwitchTracker’s recent numbers regarding Diablo. TwitchTracker monitors the viewership of a particular category, or game in this case, and has proven that Diablo 2 had 403 thousand viewers in April, just when the talks about Diablo 2 Resurrected started whirling around the internet.
Diablo 2, the culprit leading to Blizzard’s success, is yet to return on small monitors with a huge swing on the gaming market. Diablo Immortal, on the other side, is also being praised quite a lot recently. There have been some talks about another alpha technical testing session to arrive in May, which is during this month, which is another proof that Blizzard is somewhat rushing with the game’s development and aiming for completion during 2021.
Players are eager to dive into the franchise once again and experience the forever-exhilarating PvP experience, which was thoroughly missing in Diablo 3. It was added a bit later after the launch, but it was awful compared to its predecessor.