Diablo 4 and Diablo 2 Remastered Will Be Announced at BlizzCon 2019

Both Diablo 4 and a remastered port of Diablo 2 are rumoured to be announced at BlizzCon 2019 in Anaheim, California next month, if the latest reports are to be believed about Blizzard's beloved action RPG franchise.

This year, Blizzard will be hoping to make up for that with a slew of non-mobile game announcements, with rumours pointing towards Diablo 4, Diablo 2 Remastered and a potential Overwatch sequel. Will this be the year? An ad for a Diablo artbook suggests that Diablo IV exists, and Blizzard might very well unveil it at the convention.

Another thing that polarised fans at BlizzCon 2018 was the reveal of Diablo Immortal, an iOS/Android title using the assets of Diablo 3 to bring the series to smartphones.

Okay, so this definitely, 100% means that Diablo 4 is coming, right?

The ad for the book says that it features "over 500 artworks" from Diablo, Diablo II, Diablo III... and Diablo IV.

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Earlier in the year, we heard that a new Starcraft first-person shooter was cancelled at Blizzard in order to give more development resources to Diablo and Overwatch.

Blizzard are also rumored to be working on an "Overwatch 2". A leaked photo of an art book on Twitter reveals German text that mentions Diablo IV. However, handiest time will boom what BlizzCon 2019 has in store for us. This book release may just be one of those signs.

If you remember, the reason so many fans got so angry about a Diablo smartphone game is because they were expecting BlizzCon 2018 to be the place that Diablo 4 would finally be officially unveiled.

Twitch streamer "Metro" recently tweeted about the possibility of the two video games being announced at the upcoming Blizzard event on November 1.

  • Delia Davidson