'Diablo 4' Release Date, Teasers and Updates: Fourth Instalment to Be Unveiled at Blizzcon 2016; Event Schedule and Details

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 01, 2016 09:44 PM EDT

Twenty years after the release of the original Diablo game, Blizzard is expected to unveil "Diablo 4." The action role-playing game is thought to make an appearance in the upcoming Blizzcon 2016 this November 4 to 5.

Players of the game are expecting Blizzard to come up with a great unveiling for "Diablo 4" this month. Two decades of offering the dungeon crawler video game has kept the hopes of fans high for what's next in the franchise.

'Diablo 4' release date

A timeline on the previews release dates of earlier Diablo games reveal that there is a possibility of the game being release this year. The original Diablo game came out in December 31, 1996, it was followed a year after by "Diablo: Hellfire" then "Diablo 2" in June 2000. The third instalment of the game came out in 2012 then "Diablo 3" in 2014.

The schedule of the Blizzcon event revealed that the Diablo 20th anniversary celebration will be done the first day while a dev talk on "Diablo 3" will happen on the Saturday schedule. There are also other Blizzard events for big games like "Overwatch" and "World of Warcraft."

Game rumors

Earlier this month, it was revealed that the next Diablo instalment is coming along with and HD remaster of "Diablo 2." Many rumors linking "Diablo 4" to the upcoming Blizzcon have surfaced but players will only now certain details during the event.

David Brevik ends speculations

Followers of the game franchise even thought that video game designer David Brevik will still be part of "Diablo 4." He was quick to clarify that he is not working on the game.

"There has been a lot of speculation (and hope), but I'm not working on the Diablo franchise currently or in the near future #sorry #muchlove," he posted on his Twitter account. He, however, noted that he is proud to have been an adviser for the game.

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