The one-minute video also included a mention of Diablo III's current 14th "season" of content and quests, which Camel notes is the company's first stab at a "themed" season.
A video featuring Blizzard's associate community manager Brandy Camel discussing Diablo has been released. But today Blizzard has announced it has "multiple Diablo projects in the works". Descriptions such as that can apply to just about any Diablo project that Blizzard could conceivably be working on at the moment.
We've had an idea that some Diablo-related rumblings were going on as Blizzard has posted multiple job listings over the last few years.
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It's unclear what the multiple Diablo projects could be, but the one that's going to take longer to develop might be Diablo IV.
Given that outside of a small hero addition and some updates Diablo has been mostly dormant since 2014, it was easy to think that it would be a long while until we saw anything substantial again, but this changes that perception. However, this is the first time that Blizzard has addressed the fan base when it comes to the future of Diablo. Diablo III's launch was pretty disastrous, what with the bad Battle.net issues, terrible difficulty scaling, poor drop rates, and the terrifying Real Money Auction House. A Diablo III port would ensure two modes of play: on-the-go singleplayer or local multiplayer, and online multiplayer that could generate engagement while promoting other Blizzard games to boot.