The Blizzcon 2019 Virtual Ticket has been made available for purchase. There’s stuff for nearly every game although they didnt show it. Blizzcon 2019 will have something for Diablo III. A reply tweet from Diablo on twitter shows an image that says we will get Wings.
With BlizzCon 2019 getting closer, a job posting on Blizzard’s site indicates that Blizzard is now considering Diablo 3 to be part of their “classics” selection. In other words, older games that they no longer develop but still support moving forwards.
Over the past couple of weeks Blizzard revealed the Key Art for Blizzcon 2019. With the reveal of the Key Art Blizzard also revealed that next month the Virtual Tickets will be available.
With Blizzard opting out of Gamescom this year, you have to wonder if something is on the cards for Diablo at this year’s BlizzCon. Word on the street is that there will be something this year for Diablo 4.
Blizzard has finally posted their blog post on when the next season; Season 18: The Season of the Triune will begin. This season will begin August 23rd. With this patch comes updates new legendaries, a legendary gem, and the new season buff the Power of the Triune which will periodically summon circles around the battlefield.
Diablo has succeeded in a masterminded scheme to eat up all your free time. Get ready for non-stop dungeon-crawling because the original game from 1996 is now available to play for free from your web browser.
It took about 13 years of development, but Diablo: The Hell 2 mod for Diablo: Hellfire has finally released, adding upgraded graphics and fresh content to the decades-old game.
The Diablo 3 PTR has been kicked back to life with Patch 2.6.6 which adds a new pet, Season 18 buff added, item changes, and more. Read on to see what Blizzard is playing around with.
The old guard has slowly but surely been departing Blizzard and today the one and only Blizzard co-founder Frank Pearce has decided to call it a day after twenty-eight years of fantastic service.
This year is turning out to be a particularly bad one for Diablo clones on mobile devices, which anyone who saw the terrible reception Diablo Immortal’s announcement got at BlizzCon 2018 probably could have guessed. But Tencent, the biggest video game company in China (and perhaps the world) learned this the hard way when it released the mobile action RPG Raziel in China.
The original Diablo source code was reverse engineered by a fan last year, creating a version called DevilutionX. This opened up new possibilities for modders who have the skill and motivation to change the game to do so, which includes bringing it to different consoles.
Diablo 2’s 19-year anniversary is upon us. The game that shattered sales records when it launched on June 29, 2000 and it went on to leave an everlasting impression on the gaming industry. To help mark the anniversary of this seminal game, we spoke with David Craddock, author of the upcoming book, “Stay Awhile and Listen: Book II.”
It’s no big secret that Blizzard ends up killing about half its games before they ever see the light of day. That amounts to 14 titles to date, most of which fans never hear about. Former Blizzard Entertainment head and co-founder Mike Morhaime opens up about the high cut rate along with the company’s highs and lows while speaking at the Gamelab conference in Barcelona, where is being honored.