Latest Diablo News
Can you believe it’s been 20 years? 20 years and the game is still massively popular which is quite an accomplishment. It’s time to take a trip down memory lane and take a look back at Diablo 2’s launch.
Blizzard is celebrating 20 years of Diablo 2 with a few goodies including a retrospective from current the Diablo IV team, some speedrunning action, a limited edition Lord of Terror bust, and you can grab some Prime Evil Wings.
They said it was coming and here it is. It’s the latest Diablo IV quarterly update. In this installment, the team discusses their current progress which has been working heavily on the Dry Steppes to create a more “cohesive experience” while testing. The team has been testing while at home over two days. Other topics include how they are tackling dialogue, multiplayer, items and more.
On the 29th of June, Diablo 2 will be turning 20. With this special date approaching some members of the community have been trying to tie that date in with a Diablo 2 Resurrected announcement. Think again because Blizzard has commented.
Yesterday IGN posted a snippet of a longer interview with Max Schaefer and Matt Uelmen. In that snippet, they talked about the rumoured Diablo remaster. A longer version of that interview is now available for your viewing pleasure.
It’s almost time for another new Season of Diablo 3, Season 21. Blizzard has detailed what to expect including this Season’s theme where elemental energy is your friend this time. There’s cosmetic rewards and more to be had.
We are waiting for some indication from Blizzard that the much talked about Diablo 2 remaster is in development. Today Max Schaefer and Matt Uelman who worked on the original at Blizzard North talk about what they would like to see in a Diablo 2 remaster from Blizzard.
2020 has been one of the more disturbing years I can ever remember in my lifetime. The pandemic and the political situation in numerous countries around the world have been eye-openers for many. The Black Lives Matter movement has gone global and there are long overdue positive changes slowly starting to happen. Today Blizzard’s J. Allen Brack, issued a statement in support of Black Lives Matter.