Deckard Cain has been in Diablo since the beginning.
If you're looking forward to playing Diablo 2: Resurrected you may be wondering who the Dark Wanderer that Marius mentions in the opening cinematic is.
The new Season's start is one of my favorite times of the year.
If I were making my dream Diablo game, I know it would bring back the original trio of classes from the original Diablo and update them for a modern audience -- since Diablo 4 has both the Rogue and the Sorceress, it essentially has two of the three, although in the original game it was the Sorcerer, the Sorceress having been added in D2.
I'm not saying that's going to be the case, but it's been a year and then some since the big Diablo 4 reveal at BlizzCon 2019, and even though we've seen numerous Developer Updates on the game, one thing we haven't seen is any news of any new classes being added after the Druid, Sorceress, and Barbarian announced at that time.
Blizzard has said in the past that the name of their game studio is "Blizzard Entertainment" and not "Blizzard Games" because they see themselves as not just making games, but creating franchises that can cross into different kinds of media.
Breaking what has been an incredibly long silence on non-game material, the Overwatch team, along with long-time allies Dark Horse comics, have unleashed a new limited comic series featuring series cover girl Tracer.
It's understandable if you sometimes find it hard to understand what the Great Evils of the Burning Hells are, and which demons are in that terrifying host, in the Diablo universe.
There's both Diablo Immortal and Diablo 4 guaranteed on the horizon, with a potential revisiting of Diablo 2's story in a remastered (nay, Resurrected?) version.
I don't necessarily mean which class would a character be if they were in Dungeons and Dragons.