Many fans held hopes for Diablo 4, or at the very least a new expansion for Diablo III. One of Kotaku's sources said that Blizzard decided it wasn't ready to commit to the announcement because development is still in a state of flux, and the game may continue to change as it progresses.
The announcement of Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon went about as badly as it could have. Fans are angry due to their love for the game, he said, but he added that the Diablo franchise is a very big focus for the company, although fans are finding it hard to understand that. We've heard from the hardcore Diablo fans that feel spurned, the ex-Blizzard producer that thinks Blizzard dug its own grave, and the developers themselves that have continually stressed that multiple Diablo projects are in the works.
The new "Diablo Immortal" mobile offering fell short of some fan expectations for the popular desktop games.
The upcoming Diablo Immortal for Android will make some references to the storylines of the first two Diablo titles, although the gameplay will be different and adapted to smartphones. Diablo is a well-loved hack and slash game series in which players fight through demons to defeat Diablo, the Lord of Terror. BlizzCon itself was a massive success, and there were some good announcements.More news: Speaker decides not to give MR PM seat till majority is shown
After the fallout of the Blizzard Immortal announcement, it is now being reported that Blizzard were set to close the show with a Diablo 4 reveal. Created to be a living, breathing, and constantly evolving experience, Diablo Immortal will regularly introduce new storylines, new playable character classes, new loot, and all-new challenges-which you can face side-by-side with your friends. or foolishly choose to confront on your own.
The conclusion that we can draw from this is that Blizzard messed up in their presentation. Indeed, Blizzard teased some Diablo-related news in a blog post a couple of weeks before the convention.
The event took place across the entire weekend but the highlight is Friday evening when they announced its plans for the games in its stable. No, I'm not talking about the UK-EU Brexit negotiations entering their final phase or the HBO box-set levels of drama coming out of the USA mid-terms.
Following the Diablo Immortals reveal at Blizzcon, fans responded with harsh comments as this was not the Diablo game they were expecting.