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.
We all saw the World of Warcraft Shadowlands cinematic at BlizzCon, and some of us even got to play the demo, so right about how we're all frantic and trying to figure out when Shadowlands drops for us.
When you write about Blizzard, it's hard to resist the siren song of "next expansion leaks" that start popping up every year a few months before BlizzCon -- especially on those extremely rare times when you read a leak and it sounds legit to you.
It's very likely that we'll see a WoW expansion announcement at this year's BlizzCon.
Okay, so we know that everything's going Old God in patch 8.3, and that's fine.
Sometimes, when I write one of these editorial essays, I look at the headline and I think about the questions my brain poses in response to it.
You're not alone.
It's easy to forget that there's a cost for exploring Azeroth along with your friends, guild mates, and enemies.
I've argued in the past that we should get a Diablo 3 expansion.
Let's play a game.