Diablo IV was finally revealed at last at Blizzcon today, along with a CGI announcement trailer, a lot of gameplay, and plenty of details about the game – there’s even a playable demo at the show – but the one thing missing was a release date, which Blizzard is cagey about. Unfortunately, it sounds like Diablo IV is still far from a release date – and it sounds like it may not arrive in 2020. “A game of this scope takes time,” explains game director Luis Barriga. “We’re not coming out soon – not even Blizzard soon.” Barriga describes the current build as a “first early step in the journey,” and reiterates that Diablo IV is still early in development – so it look like it’ll be a while before Blizzard shows it again, let alone announces a release date. As mentioned, there is a playable demo of Diablo IV on the show floor at Blizzcon, which contains three character classes – Sorceress, Barbarian, and the finally-returning Druid – out of the possible five available at release.
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