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Blizzard announces the new game of the legendary series Diablo 4

Blizzard announces the new game of the legendary series Diablo 4

Diablo, one of the legendary series of the game world, was finally announced. Blizzard announces Diablo 4 to the fans of the series with two videos during the first session of the BlizzCon, the annual event. With a cinematic video and a gameplay video, the new Diablo game will feature 3 classes of players; Barbarian, Witch and Druid.

As the gameplay video shows, the game is protected by isometric gameplay. It is nice that Diablo 4 did not make this mistake, since many games have recently changed from isometric appearance to third person. Responding to the darker demands of the players, the company designed Diablo 4 in a visibly dark and scary way. The criticism that the game was not dark enough was widely mentioned by professional players in Diablo 3.

BlizzCon joins game lovers and developers are allowed to play a short demo. Although no information on the release date has been released at this time, the general public is aware of Blizzard's broadcast process, stating that the game could be released in 2022 or 2023. Although the General opinion is that this is seen from the gameplay video, it is actually commented that the game is quite advanced and that the game can come out sooner.

Last year, Blizzard announced that it would launch a mobile game called Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon. The filmmakers, who clearly signal their return to Diablo 4, seem to have accepted the fact that they have a very special community and need to listen more to the reactions of this community.

Diablo 4 has not been published yet, but fans of the series are already enthusiastic.

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