When I think about Diablo 4, one of the things I muse about the most is how having it as an open-world game is going to feel when compared to its predecessors and current open-world games.
This has been a question that's been in my head ever since Ted posed that we may well see a delay to Shadowlands due to COVID-19, an idea that Joe and I also discussed on the podcast this week.
If you're like me, you're kind of done with Diablo 3 and eagerly anticipating what Blizzard is going to roll out with Diablo 4.
Diablo 3 is in its sunset phase. Diablo 4 is in active development, Season 20 is in roughly a week, and my question to you is, since we don't know when D4 will be out, how much longer can we be sustained with Season play?
Welcome to 2020, Diablo 4 fans.
One of the moments I most remember from BlizzCon 2019, besides the time I met an escaped mental patient and fell down and hurt myself in front of a wandering cat, was watching the Diablo 4 panels and hearing Candace Thomas talk about her work on the game.
The shiny brand new Action RPG title Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem recently released into the market.
Diablo Immortal has been one of those frustrating games that dwells in a vague shadowland between release and not-release.
Sometimes events in our little corner of the gaming world surprise you, and sometimes those surprises almost feel like they shouldn't be surprises.
Like many of us, you're interested in when the beta for Diablo 4 will be live.