We received two reports of the Devil. Blizzard first talked about plans for Diablo 4, and then the beta date of the Diablo 2 remaster appeared briefly on the Microsoft Store.
Daniel Alegre, Chief Operating Officer of Activision Blizzard, has come up with good news for those hoping for a long-term experience in Diablo 4. The company has invested a large number of funds in the development in order to increase the involvement of players in the long run.
"We continue to work on Diablo 4, we are making significant progress and the team is devoting resources to creating exciting content that will be the driving force for the next few years," Alegre told investors.
Unfortunately, we still don't know the date. Instead, the upcoming mobile MMORPG title Diablo Immortal was postponed to the first half of 2022. With it, Blizzard plans to increase the reach of the series before the release of the fourth volume.
Overwatch 2 is also set to develop well. The team was to reach a significant milestone and is nearing a later stage of development. However, according to the latest unofficial reports, the development of Overwatch 2 is taking longer than expected. Release in 2022 apparently seems unlikely.
Much, much earlier we will play Diablo 2 Resurrected. The remaster of the second part of this hack-and-slash action is scheduled for September 23 (unless postponed). The beta date appeared briefly on the Microsoft Store. It is scheduled to begin on August 17. Blizzard previously promised a public beta sometime in August.
Diablo 2 Resurrected is a remaster of the original 2000 game with improved graphics, 4K resolution, and a cross-platform process for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch. In the game, you enter a dark, demon-infested world and fight your way through hordes of hellish creatures. Choose a character from different classes and engage in combat in a variety of areas, including catacombs, ancient ruins, and caves.