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The exact release date of Diablo 4, which was first announced in 2019, has finally been announced. The explanation came with an enormous video.
The highly anticipated Diablo 4 has finally been announced, with a release date at the 2022 Game Awards. Halsey took the stage and serenaded the newest member of what seemed to be the bloodiest game in the series to date.
Diablo 4 is scheduled to launch on June 6, 2023, so fans will have to wait around six months to play the next-gen version. While the new game carries the series into the 2020s, it offers a much more magnificent visual experience than the versions we played before.
The new Diablo 4 world premiere trailer runs under three minutes and provides more information about the factions available in the game. Blood, fire, and wars remain the main themes of the game and offer an impressive viewing pleasure very similar to Blizzard’s previous game.
Since the original trailer for Diablo 4 was released in 2019, fans have been waiting to play the game for a very long time. A four-year wait passed between the announcement and the promotion. The series’ veteran players have waited more than a decade since the last main series release. Diablo Immortal, which was presented in the meantime, did not fully meet the expectations and wishes of anyone.
Everything we’ve seen so far looks impressive, and we hope Diablo 4 will be worth the wait. We’ll have a much more detailed idea about this when gameplay videos are released in the coming months.