Diablo 4 teaser hints at reveal on December 8th

Diablo 4 was announced a while ago, but its release hasn’t arrived yet, and the last time we talked about it, a report came out mentioning the game’s release window. That window is set for next April, and while it’s not official, all people had to get out of it until a later report hints at the June release window. However, earlier today, a new tweet from Diablo’s official Twitter account might have been impressive… something.

This tweet contains a rather candid tease for tomorrow, December 8th, 2022 (the same day as the 2022 Game Awards). It’s somewhat unclear, though, if this will extend to specific platforms the outside From Battle.net (or if it will be all consoles), a confirmed release date for the upcoming game, or whether it will just be a more compact game with a developer interview.

People eager to hear more about the update won’t have to wait until 7:30 PM EST to hear back from it; Instead, it happens several hours before the show. Diablo 4 has also reportedly seen a Friend and Family Alpha build drop, with very limited access, earlier this year.

However, different game classes have been revealed for the game, and the game is also planned to see a seasonal release of the mod. Given the timing of the announcement, Activision Blizzard will likely have a smaller role than other developers at The Game Awards or none at all. Of course, it is worth noting that this is just speculation.

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We’ll continue to update as more information about Diablo 4 is released, including release dates, gameplay mechanics, and more. Diablo 4 is set to release next year on PC via Battle.net and other consoles. Pre-orders for the game are not currently available.

Meanwhile, in other Blizzard news, Overwatch 2 saw the release of Season 2, with all-new hero Ramattra, and the ongoing Microsoft acquisition, which saw Microsoft say it would “not hesitate to fight to defend” the merger.

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