After a nearly 20-year-long hiatus, the Druid is back in the hands of players for Diablo 4 and was one of three classes in the floor demo at this year's BlizzCon.
When thinking about a Diablo game, it's inevitable that we'll focus on the characters we see. Diablo 3 is dominated in great part by characters like Deckard Cain, Tyrael, Leah, Adria, Belial, Azmodan, and Imperius, as well as Diablo and Malthael, the big two whose villainy drives the plot forward.
The Diablo development team has been holding to their commitment to communication following the Diablo 4 announcement at BlizzCon.
Lead Systems Designer David Kim came back with the promised post on Diablo 4's itemization, and it does not disappoint.
The internet is full of theories about the identity of the pale man who summoned Lilith in the Diablo 4 BlizzCon trailer.
Reading this interview with Diablo 4's Game Director Luis Barriga and John Mueller the game's Art Director, I keep thinking about what it all means -- where we're going and what it means for the future of Diablo 4 and the Diablo franchise as a whole.
Diablo 4's Sorceress class draws inspiration straight from Diablo 2.
Often, the people who play video games say they wish the devs of said games would pay more attention to them and their concerns.
If you liked the Barbarian from Diablo 3, you're going to like the Barbarian in Diablo 4, and if you liked the Barbarian in Diablo 2? Well, I've got good news for you.
Right now, no, you cannot play Diablo 4 on the Nintendo Switch.