The next video game franchise to get the screen treatment is Diablo, the popular role-playing dungeon crawler video game series from Blizzard But you won't see this hack-and-slash video game on the big screen - it's being developed as a Netflix animated series.
For starters, Cosby has deleted the tweet, which could mean his disclosure was premature. The series recently celebrated its 20th anniversary past year with an expansion pack release of the most recent game of the series, Diablo III. On top of the mostly-expected Nintendo Switch version of Diablo III: Eternal Collection, they also announced a four-part comic series from comiXology. The game saw 2 subsequent sequels and has been a major hit on all major platforms. While many of us fans of the series are hoping that we'll hear about a Diablo IV in development before too long, Blizzard isn't quite finished announcing things yet.
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That escalation could spur USA companies to pre-emptively load up on those goods, too, Deutsche Bank said in a report this week. In brief: With the US/China trade war now in full swing, we're starting to see more repercussions.
The boom studios founder seemed to have violated some sort of confidentiality agreement and was compelled to take down the tweet, however, he said in the tweet that he is in "final talks" to write and show-run the upcoming series from Activision and Netflix. 20 Sep screenwriter of the new film version of "Hellboy" Andrew Cosby confirmed on his page on the social network, which conducts active negotiations on participation in writing and producing the animated series based on the game.
Either way, we can't wait for all Hell to break loose on Netflix.