Last year, Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal, the first mobile title for the diablo series that was met with astonishing disappointment from Diablo fans. This year, Blizzard announced Diablo IV, the successor of all that fans wanted from Diablo I, II, and III.
The game was officially announced during the opening ceremony of BlizzCon 2019, Diablo IV game director Luis Barriga revealed that the game is developed for PC and console (PS4, Xbox One) and will feature the series’ iconic isometric gameplay with many of fan’s favorite classes returning to the series.
During the announcement, Barriga revealed three classes that will be available in Diablo IV, Barbarians, Sorceress, and a fan favorite that was missing in Diablo III, the Druid.
There are currently no information as to when the game will be released. The first gameplay demo is available at BlizzCon 2019.