Okay, look, I'm excited about Diablo 4 and I'm not ashamed of that.
So far, we know of three playable classes in Diablo 4: Sorceress, Druid, and Barbarian.
Yes, I admit it, this one comes from my own confusion and envy.
We've gotten a few new classes in World of Warcraft over the years -- Death Knights, Monks, and Demon Hunters -- as main features of Wrath, Mists, and Legion, respectively.
We know that we're getting Barbarians, Druids, and Sorceresses in Diablo 4, all of which hearken back to Diablo 2, with both the Barbarian and Sorceress also having that Diablo 3.
Class identity is a theme which has been evolving through the last two expansions of World of Warcraft.
Diablo Immortal has six playable classes.
I've been reading a philosophy book about World of Warcraft.
I think about this one a lot.
Last week, we talked about the 20-year gap between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3 and how Diablo Immortal is going to live in that gap, starting five years after the destruction of the Worldstone.