Blizzard Announces Multiple Diablo Projects

Noel Cummings
August 11, 2018

This is according to the associate community manager, Brand Camel.

During a Twitter update from Blizzard's Brandy Camel, we discovered that they're working on "multiple Diablo projects", although "some of them are going to take longer than others". And while some of them will take longer than others, Blizzard may have something to show later this year. Descriptions such as that can apply to just about any Diablo project that Blizzard could conceivably be working on at the moment. We believe that if you're looking for a tight-knit crew that celebrates self-expression and embraces collaboration, we might be a phenomenal fit for you. "We do not have any plans to announce Diablo for Switch". He loves video games and sports, but not sports video games. 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". 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. "Diablo is, and always will be, part of Blizzard's identity, and we can't wait for the future".

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