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Blizzard to Announce New Diablo Projects Throughout 2019

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Blizzard Entertainment, a video game developer, based in the USA, announced through a post made on its official forum, that they would be revealing several plans regarding Diablo across different projects in 2019.

The Diablo unit’s post on the Battle.net forum included a special message to the game lovers along with information regarding the upcoming update. The post was created by the community management user Nevalistis. The post named “A Quick Word From Blizzard” included plans for the Diablo across multiple projects intended to be unveiled over the course of the upcoming year.

The post contained that the Diablo team is keen to share details concerning all of their projects. However, some of the details will not be uncovered soon as they prefer to show the gamers, instead of telling them about the details. It may take a while since they try to satisfy the users’ expectations and at present, they are engaged in providing series experiences the community can be pleased with.

The post came following the huge backlash after the Diablo Immortal was released in BlizzCon this year. When the title was first declared instead of new core Diablo game, we saw a huge amount of uproar after the debut. It left some fans some fans feeling angry and others in shock.

Blizzard has already declared that the much awaited Diablo 4 is in development. For this reason, the new post seems to be a repetition of what they stated a handful of weeks earlier in the wake of their BlizzCon announcement. But, it’s now a bit more solid as it confirms that these projects will be announced throughout the year.

Even though it is sensible for Blizzard not to reveal information until it can “show” it, the fans are incredibly dissatisfied. Several responses from gamers reveal that they continue to be vexed with the want of information and refer to Blizzard’s post as a Public Relations rhetoric while blaming Blizzard for not showing care towards the community. Despite all the blame, the company’s stand on mobile titles remains undeterred. Stay tuned with TechnoCodex for more updates.

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