Blizzard Says It 'Didn't Pull Any Announcements From BlizzCon'

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However, the plans to tease Diablo 4 were reportedly pulled last minute. Blizzard Entertainment's sole Diablo announcement at the convention, revealing the mobile game Diablo Immortal, was met with vocal ire by portions of its fanbase, partially because the game simply wasn't the true sequel that fans had been hoping for - and, fans assumed, had been teased for months. Citing two sources "familiar with Blizzard's plans", the report says that there was a video in which Allen Adham, Blizzard co-founder, talked about a new Diablo project, pretty much confirming its development. One of those people told me that the Diablo team wasn't yet ready to commit to an announcement, as Diablo 4 has changed drastically over the past four years and may continue to change further. But then fans quickly proved themselves to be that messy bitch who hurls things at their significant other because how dare Blizzard show up with a pearl necklace when it knew they were waiting for a diamond ring.

The plan to reveal Diablo 4 at Blizzcon was apparently changed within the last couple of weeks, mainly because the Diablo team was anxious about revealing the game at this early stage.

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In a very level-headed, not at all out of proportion move, some have even started a petition to have Diablo Immortal cancelled, because if they aren't getting the game they want, no other new game in the series should exist.

Diablo 4 has been long awaited by fans, as Diablo III launched in 2012, with the most recent expansion in 2017.

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Blizzard said it did not immediately have comment on this story. According to sources who spoke to Kotaku, Blizzard had meant to tease Diablo IV, which is indeed in development, but decided at the last minute they weren't yet ready to commit.

The general sentiment coming out of BlizzCon surrounding Diablo Immortal was negative, and this theoretically presents an optics problem and it likely explains why investors might have been spooked. One of them is the game that fans are waiting for, and it was almost announced last week.

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