However if multiple reports are to be believed, we could see Diablo 2 Remastered akin to StarCraft Remastered that Blizzard released a year ago under Blizzard's Classics label. No word on the release date of this title but Blizzard still aims to release it in 2019. This could give the impression that BlizzCon is going to be a waste of time, but, there is one thing Blizzard could do in order to soften fan angst: announce Diablo 4. When Blizzard revealed its floor plan weeks back, it confirmed locations of all major stages along with small areas allocated to Diablo 3 demos and another Diablo-themed room called Horadric Retreat.
While we have to accept claims like these with a pinch of salt, a new leak of Art Book supposedly confirms the existence of Diablo 4. It states that an upcoming e book generally known as The Artwork of Diablo (which can reportedly be revealed by Blizzard and is ready to launch on November 21), will function "greater than 500 artworks from Diablo 1, Diablo 2, Diablo 3, and Diablo 4".
GameStar also said fans were anticipating a Diablo IV announcement at last year's BlizzCon, but they were frustrated and got a Smartphone version of the game instead.More news: Bangladesh's Tour of India in Doubt as Players Announce Strike
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The good news is that this year could be the year that Diablo 4 is finally, officially unveiled.
Naturally, we're excited by the concept of a correct new Diablo expertise. Be that as it may, no one can really tell if it's just a mistake, or if there really is a Diablo IV.
A popular broadcaster and streamer, named Metro, has revealed interesting information about Blizzcon 2019 in several tweets.