The 2D side-scrolling action role-playing game It Lurks Below finally released after a year in Early Access, and it is available now on Steam. This retro-style dungeon crawler is developed by David Brevik, co-founder of and once president of Blizzard North, who worked on the first two Diablo games, and you can see the influences.
Blizzard Entertainment co-founder Mike Morhaime will be presented with the 2019 Honor Award at the Gamelab Barcelona event in Spain. According to a press release, the award is being given for “his successful career in gaming and his key role in the creation of some of the most groundbreaking and influential interactive universes of all-time.”
The response from fans when Diablo: Immortal was revealed at BlizzCon 2018 was chilly, to say the least. The company’s response to widespread backlash from the community didn’t help things much either. But Blizzard Entertainment president J. Allen Brack said that the company learned a lot from the incident.
It was seven years ago today that Diablo 3 was finally released and what a wild ride that day was for fans who had been waiting so long for the return of the franchise.
In a new interview, the Blizzard CEO J. Allen Brack discusses numerous Blizzard topics and touches on what’s in store for the Diablo franchise.
Ahead of Season 17, the Diablo 3 patch 2.6.5 has now gone live in the US. Read on for all the notes in case you’ve not been following the PTR.
This update brings the new Torment difficulties, quality of life improvements including search in the stash, Death’s Breath dropping in Hpordric Caches and more, a new potion, and more. Here’s everything in detail along with the developer notes.
Season 17 will kick off on 17 May so now’s the time to get used to the changes before that starts.
Blizzard announced that Diablo 3 Season 17: The Season of Nightmares will officially begin on May 17 around the same time patch 2.6.5 goes into effect. The new season will bring new legendary items, additional Torment levels, and a variety of quality of life changes to the game.
Now I know many of you would rather forget Blizzcon 2018, it was a disaster for the Diablo franchise. Hopefully by now, you will all have purchased a phone. Blizzard has today revealed the release dates for the BlizzCon 2019 tickets.
Prior to Season 17, Blizzard is busy testing out the Diablo 3 Patch 2.6.5 on the PTR. The latest round of notes have been released which includes buffs, nerfs and fixes.
Diablo, The Lord of Terror, may find a whole new set of fans to corrupt as rumors begin to surface about a possible animated series coming to Netflix.
Hot on the heels of the re-release of Diablo 1, GOG is back with some more classic Blizzard game action. Gamers can now pick up Warcraft: Orcs & Humans and the Warcraft II Battle.net Edition.
Are you one of those gamers who has either lost your copy of the original Diablo or not even played it? There’s some good news today as the original Diablo has now been made available on GOG.
According to the latest NetEase financial call the development of the mobile Diablo, Diablo Immortal, is almost ready for phones everywhere. Have you got a phone?
Due to its popularity according to Blizzard, Season 16 has been given a time extension until May. They are also now working on plans for Season 17.
Layoff rumours have been growing over the past week and today Activision Blizzard pulled the trigger and around 8% of the workforce at Activision, Blizzard, and King are being let go. This amounts to around 800 people. It’s not great news for Blizzard staff, especially those not working directly in game development.