When you're comparing Diablo 2: Resurrected to Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction and wondering what the differences are, there's quite a few things to go over. Most importantly, the graphics have been vastly improved, with modern quality of life features.
Diablo 4 is still a ways off but Blizzard has granted us more insight into some intriguing elements: how PvP works and is balanced, the possible inclusion of cross-play and just how the Rogue fits in with the other classes.
Blizzard wasn't able to hold its yearly gaming event in 2020, so the company is making up for it with a digital showcase for 2021. Here's how to watch BlizzCon 2021 — or BlizzConline, as Blizzard is calling it.
At BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard formally unveiled Diablo 4. In line with leaks that had taken place in the preceding weeks, Diablo 4 is a return to a dark, Gothic art style and atmosphere that sees Lilith as the main antagonist.
During a conference call accompanying its Q4 2020 financial results, Activision Blizzard confirmed that Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 won't release in 2021. These games were first revealed back at BlizzCon 2019.