‘Diablo 3,’ ‘Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer’ DLC & ‘Diablo 4’ Update: ‘Corpse Explosion’ to Surprise Fans; Fourth Installment Uncertain

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Dec 07, 2016 07:35 PM EST

"Diablo 3" is still an insanely popular game and fans can't wait to have their hands on the "Rise of the Necromancer" DLC. The DLC is arriving in 2017 and it will be interesting to see what Blizzard includes in the next update. The game developer has explicitly stated that the DLC is its top priority now and it's making sure that everything goes according to plans when it is finally released.

"Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer" DLC is the next big update and Blizzard is reportedly introducing improved characters. "Corpse Explosion" is a new power that is also coming to surprise fans. Players will be able to use new weapons in "Diablo 3" using the necromancers. Along with the improved characters, new special items will also be included, writes iTech Post.

Meanwhile, the developer has expressed any desire to start their work on "Diablo 4." This has come as a surprise to fans and they are thoroughly disappointed. "Diablo 3" is one of the most talked about games even today and fans will love it if Blizzard releases another installment. Unfortunately, Blizzard has asked fans not to expect "Diablo 4."

The developer did not announce anything new at Blizzcon 2016 despite widespread anticipation over "Diablo 4." Blizzard is still receiving positive feedbacks from fans all across the globe and it is happy with that. It is too busy with the "Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer" DLC release and cannot even imagine developing a new game currently.

Recently, CSN also reported the same, also mentioning that it is the popularity of "Diablo 3" that is killing any chances of a fourth game. "Diablo 3" recently received the 2.4.3 patch that supports the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE). Stay tuned on GameNGuide for more updates on the "Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer" DLC and "Diablo 4."

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