Camel mentioned that some of the projects will take longer than others, but Blizzard hopes to have some things to show fans later this year. Camel re-iterates that "Diablo is and always will be part of Blizzard's identity". If you're feeling incredibly optimistic you may mean a Diablo 4 announcement at BlizzCon. So whether you first joined us in "D3" or you're a seasoned veteran, thank you.
For now, Camel directed current Diablo III players to the game's 14th Season, the "Season of Greed". She then pivoted to unannounced Diablo projects and informed us that the "forges [at] Blizzard are burning hot", and that there are "multiple Diablo projects in the works".
It's safe to guess that one of those is the next big Diablo game - that's likely the one that's going to take longer than others - and we're pretty sure that another is a port of Diablo 3 to Switch. Given the push to mobile gaming in recent years, there might also be a mobile version of the original Diablo or Diablo II in the works.
Meteor shower of the year coming up
That's when the earth will have turned into the meteor stream, which means the show will be just above the horizon line. This weekend (August 12-13th) marks the peak period to view the Perseids across all of North America.
Diablo III first launched back in 2012 for the PC, before it headed over to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2013.
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