Diablo 4 ends with a cliffhanger of sorts, leaving the player character wondering where they may have to wander next.
Diablo 4 has been out for a while now.
With all the positive buzz about the launch of Diablo 4 — it's all anyone at Blizzard Watch has been talking about lately — it’s a great time for new players to jump into the world of Sanctuary.
In Diablo 4, more so than any other game in the series, the world in which the Diablo universe is set, Sanctuary, is almost a character with a full backstory and personality all its own.
Strictly speaking, the question, "is Lilith the villain of Diablo 4?" can be answered, "yes." Lilith is the villain because she's the being whose plans kick off the whole game.
If you played Diablo 2 and its expansion, Lord of Destruction, then you saw the end of the established world order with the destruction of the Worldstone.
Let's start with a question -- what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of those beautiful Diablo 4 demos from BlizzCon 2019 and clips from BlizzConline?
Sanctuary, the world where the Diablo series takes place, is still mostly unexplored, and mysterious -- a land of many continents, nations, and cultures, teeming with potential.
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.
In a way, Lilith is the reason behind everything we've seen in the Diablo universe, well before she was rebirthed in a hail of blood in the Diablo 4 trailer.