Diablo fans are among the longest suffering subgroups of Blizzard aficionados, but the end is in sight - the studio says we're going to see more Diablo "later this year".
Diablo IV is pretty much obvious and stands to be the biggest long-term earner of them all. So whether you first joined us in "D3" or you're a seasoned veteran, thank you.
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. We've known for quite some time that Blizzard has been hiring for a mysterious Diablo-related project. And we have multiple Diablo projects in the works. But we may have some things to show you later this year.
We certainly hope that one of the unannounced projects is a remaster/remake of Diablo 2. Well, based on rumours we can take a guess that the most imminent release would be Diablo III for Nintendo Switch - with Diablo 4 to follow.
BlizzCon 2018 is scheduled for November 2 and 3, and the annual event is the flawless stage for an announcement on the scale of a new Diablo.