What you need to know
- Diablo is an incredibly popular action game from Blizzard Entertainment.
- A leaked ad for an upcoming artbook seems to confirm Diablo IV.
- The timing close to BlizzCon 2019 gives this leak some merit.
- Many insiders expected the rumored game to be announced at the beginning of November.
A few days ago, a German publication by the name of GameStar reported about an artbook that contained potential images of Diablo IV would be launching soon. Unfortunately, we weren't able to verify its claims at the time, but now Polygon and Twitter user @OverwatchNaeri shared an image that says the artbook contains images from Diablo IV. You can take a look it below.
Keep in mind that this maybe a mistake, but given the fact that BlizzCon 2019 takes place at the beginning of November, you never know. From rumors floating around, Blizzard Entertainment has been working on Diablo IV for a while now. Hopefully, if the game exists, it'll be shown on in a few weeks.
BlizzCon 2019 new Diablo 4 leaks in Germany.— Naeri x 나에리 (@OverwatchNaeri) October 20, 2019
If this is true, information about previously leaked Overwatch 2 may be correct. pic.twitter.com/J3cmfciGNt
Diablo III was an excellent action game, but it succumbed a lot of missteps towards the beginning. Let's hope that Diablo IV, whenever it launches, will be an accessible title that features fair loot drops rates.
What do you want to see from Diablo IV? Let us know. Hopefully, it'll launch on PC and consoles at the same time unlike Diablo III.
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