Keep a note: November will welcome the annual Blizzcon event, and we couldn't think of a better time for the "later this year" to come into action.
Former Diablo designer David Brevik once said that he believed a Diablo II remake wouldn't be easy to pull off given that the technology Diablo II is based on requires more than a new coat of paint and that numerous game's original assets are likely lost. Straight from the source, we've got our official first bit of hype regarding brand new Diablo goodness.
She further noted that with Season 14 for Diablo 3 introduced something new, which is the Themed season. Diablo III's launch was pretty disastrous, what with the bad Battle.net issues, terrible difficulty scaling, poor drop rates, and the terrifying Real Money Auction House. Let us know. It's great to see that Blizzard is ramping up development in the franchise, so we'll see many new experiences in the near future.
According to Camel, "multiple Diablo projects" are in the works, and the team "may" have some things to show regarding the projects this year.
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"We'd also like you to know that the forges here at Blizzard are burning hot and we have multiple Diablo projects in the works".
We certainly hope that one of the unannounced projects is a remaster/remake of Diablo 2. So whether you first joined us in "D3" or you're a seasoned veteran, thank you.
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