Blizzard Reportedly Cancels Starcraft First-Person Shooter In Favor Of Diablo 4, Overwatch 2

The current storyline of Blizzard’s Starcraft franchise officially came to a close a couple of years ago. There is no doubt a ton of love for the Starcraft series, and so many are wondering what Blizzard might have planned for the future of the series. It turns out that Blizzard was developing a first-person shooter based on the Starcraft universe.


Original Diablo Now Available From GOG.com

The original Diablo title from 1996 has a lot of fans and they will be delighted to hear that the game is now available for the first time digitally on GOG.com. They can get the title from there and also choose between two modes. They can choose between the two versions that are now available for download for Windows from GOG.com.


Blizzard Had At One Point In Time Worked On A Pokemon-Like Diablo Game

Many fans were livid when Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal which was essentially a mobile version of Diablo. However it seems that back in the day, Blizzard, or to be more specific, Blizzard North, toyed with the idea of creating a Pokemon-like Diablo game for handheld consoles like the Game Boy.


Blizzard Seems To Be On A Hiring Spree For Unannounced Diablo Project

Many gamers are waiting for Blizzard to announce Diablo 4. Last year during BlizzCon there was some hope that the game could be announced, but instead Blizzard launched Diablo Immortal, a mobile version of Diablo that was immediately met with massive backlash from fans who weren’t thrilled by the game.


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Diablo 3’s ‘Darkening Of Tristram’ Event Is Back

For the past couple of years, Blizzard has been running an annual event within Diablo 3 known as the “Darkening of Tristram”. Basically this will take players back to Tristram, the town that was in the original Diablo, and let them play through some of the levels, collect gear, and what not. Basically it helps to switch things up in the game which can admittedly get a bit repetitive.


Blizzard To Reveal Multiple Diablo Projects Over The Next Year

It is safe to say that when Blizzard officially announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile version of its action RPG, that they did not anticipate that it would receive the amount of backlash it did. Blizzard has since reassured gamers that they still had multiple Diablo projects in the works, and the good news is that we might learn more about it in 2019.


Diablo Immortal’s Trailer Has The Third Highest YouTube Dislike Percentage

The idea of being able to play a game like Diablo on your phone sounds like an excellent idea on paper, but yet following the official announcement of Diablo Immortal, Blizzard was hit with a ton of backlash from fans who felt “cheated” that the company chose to announce a mobile game instead of Diablo 4.


Blizzard Denies They Pulled Diablo 4 Announcement From BlizzCon 2018

Ahead of BlizzCon 2018, Blizzard published a blog in which they attempted to temper the expectations of fans who had speculated that a Diablo 4 announcement could be part of the event. However a report from Kotaku later suggested that Blizzard apparently had planned Diablo 4 to be announced, but pulled it at the last minute.


Blizzard Working On Mobile Titles Across Its Franchises

Blizzard was primarily known as a company who developed games for the PC. However over the years the company has diversified their offerings where games such as Overwatch and Diablo have expanded to consoles. They have also expanded to mobile where titles such as Hearthstone remains incredibly popular, and where Diablo Immortal will be launching as well.


Diablo 4 Was Almost Announced At BlizzCon 2018

Heading into BlizzCon 2018, there were rumors that Diablo 4 could finally be announced, but a couple of weeks ahead of the event, Blizzard issued a statement that pretty much squashed all hope of Diablo 4 being one of the possible announcements at the event. Instead what we got was Diablo Immortal, a mobile MMORPG version of the franchise.


Diablo Immortal Is An ‘Always-Online’ Game

Diablo Immortal was officially announced at BlizzCon 2018 over the weekend. For those who missed the news, it is basically an MMORPG designed for mobile devices which would pretty much bring the Diablo hack and slash experience onto our smartphones and tablets. For those wondering about its gameplay, it seems that there will not be an offline mode.


‘Dislikes’ Are Disappearing From Diablo Immortal’s YouTube Trailer

With Diablo being such a beloved gaming franchise, Blizzard was probably not anticipating that the Diablo Immortal’s announcement would be receiving all the backlash that it has. Now it seems that there is some controversy brewing as apparently the “dislikes” on the game’s trailer has been “disappearing”.


Blizzard Still Has Multiple Diablo Projects In The Works

Back in August, Blizzard revealed that they had multiple Diablo projects in the works, which many had anticipated could include the much-awaited Diablo 4. However during BlizzCon 2018, the company pretty much only revealed Diablo Immortal which was a mobile MMORPG that would be launching for iOS and Android devices.


Diablo Immortal Met With Massive Backlash From Fans

During BlizzCon 2018 over the weekend, Blizzard officially announced Diablo Immortal. This is a mobile MMORPG that basically brings the hack and slash game onto our smartphones and tablets, and while it sounds really good in concept, the reaction that Blizzard faced when the game was unveiled was surprising.