In fact, Blizzard had teased as much, tweeting a photo of Diablo 3's logo on a light switch on February 28 of this year.
Diablo IV is pretty much obvious and stands to be the biggest long-term earner of them all. But today Blizzard has announced it has "multiple Diablo projects in the works". So whether you first joined us in "D3" or you're a seasoned veteran, thank you. In it, she said some of the projects will take longer than others, adding that the company may have some things to share with fans later this year.
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According to a study conducted by AdWeek , the Google Home is six times more likely to answer a question than Alexa. There's also no sign of the feature in the Alexa app's notifications settings, at least not on my device.
Given that outside of a small hero addition and some updates Diablo has been mostly dormant since 2014, it was easy to think that it would be a long while until we saw anything substantial again, but this changes that perception.
We certainly hope that one of the unannounced projects is a remaster/remake of Diablo 2. It will likely reveal more during BlizzCon 2018, which takes place November 2-3 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.