Diablo 4: Everything we know
Updated: Aug 5
The latest on Diablo 4's classes, world, trailers, and everything else we know about it.
After years of speculation and rumors, Blizzard finally revealed Diablo 4 during BlizzCon 2019. It wasn't a surprise: Diablo 4 had been an open secret for some time. But it made a splash with a gory cinematic trailer, and Blizzard gave us a few tidbits about some familiar returning character classes. And then... we waited.
At BlizzCon 2021 we finally got to see a whole lot more Diablo 4, but Blizzard said Diablo 4 still wasn't coming soon. Not even "Blizzard soon." And it wasn't joking around. While it seemed like Diablo 4 may have been planned for a 2022 release, we now know it's coming in 2023.
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Diablo 4 is still a ways off, but that doesn't mean we won't see more of the action-RPG in the meantime. Blizzard has continued with quarterly updates, gave a pretty packed gameplay rundown in June 2022, and we'll be updating this page with everything new we learn.
The big pitch for Diablo 4 is straightforward: It's a return to the darker days of early Diablo, full of blood and grunge and good old-fashioned demon worship. It's going to have a shared open world, which means it's online-only, though that doesn't mean you'll constantly be in the company of other players. PvP will be confined to an area called the Fields of Hatred.