Blizzard released the first set of screenshots of Diablo 4 in 4K game, showing the artistic design of the game and the visual style similar to Diablo 2. After many leaks, Blizzard finally announced its Diablo's next installment in Blizzon 2019. The game embraces the darker roots of the franchise and, compared to Diablo 3, its visual style is somewhat similar to Diablo 2. According to Blizzard, Diablo 4 draws players into a dark storyline with the freedom to explore and invent his own journey through the most extensive and intense vision of the Sanctuary world. Three game classes are revealed by Blizzard – the barbarian, the druid and the sorceress.
The Barbarian, known for its unparalleled power and fierce melee combat, uses a new and more powerful system in battle, an arsenal that equips them with the ability to carry and quickly switch between four different weapons at once, appropriating them. to individual attacks.
The magic is heard back to their Diablo II roots and shapes the elements to obliterate their enemies by applying them to jagged spikes on ice by applying lightning bolts to them or rain blazing meteors from the sky.
The Druid is a savage figure skater whose updated playing style enables them to seamlessly transform between a werewolf, a runner and a human form to unleash the raw power of nature's fury on the forces of burning hell.
Check out the brand new set of screenshots below:
True to the roots of the franchise, Diablo IV will deliver visceral battles, scary and diverse monsters, epic hunting for a legendary loot, and endless gameplay and progression. Players will find a lifelong adventure scattered around the earth, rooted in unique ecologies and inhabited by dangerous new enemies. They will delve deeper into randomized dungeons full of unpredictable opponents and unimaginable treasures. While continuing to support fully solo and coordinated party play, Diablo IV will also provide opportunities for groups of players to meet with one another in a shared, shared world – whether to face greater challenges. ,, or possibly even killing each other in a player-by-player battle.
"The Sanctuary has been the home of Diablo players for over 20 years, and it is with our own deep passion for the series and the deep community appreciation that we announce Diablo IV today," says J. Alan Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment after the game's official announcement. "We're excited to get back to the dark, real Diablo gameplay that players love as they expand the world and history in new ways, and we can't wait for more people to experience it. ”
Diablo 4 comes on PC and consoles, but has not yet received a release date. Be sure to check out the game's official website here.