A poster and two t-shirts can be found on the store with that name, with images of Diablo. It's worth noting that the popular publisher and developer now has multiple projects in the works-some of which may benefit from receiving cross-play-so it's safe to presume that even more information regarding those ventures will be announced during BlizzCon 2018.
The Blizzard merchandise store has put up several new items with the label "Diablo Reign of Terror". Diablo: Reign of Terror is apparently something related to the dungeon-crawling property that will be there, but Blizzard denies that it's a leak at all.More news: Prince Harry and Meghan arrive in Australia, ahead of NZ visit
A new Diablo game has been in the works for quite some time, and we're pretty sure it's Diablo IV rather than a spin-off. Last month Variety reported that a Diablo TV show would be coming to Netflix - an official reveal would not be out of the norm for this coming BlizzCon. On November 2nd, from 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM EDT, we'll likely see for certain what this branding is all about - before Overwatch, Hearthstone or even World of Warcraft.
Yesterday, a Blizzard Entertainment representative told Business Insider cross-console play for the Diablo III Eternal Collection was in the works - and talks were now underway with both Sony and Microsoft about making their versions of the game compatible with the upcoming Nintendo Switch release. Although it hasn't officially been confirmed as a feature just yet, the Blizzard Entertainment rep stated, "It's a question of when, not if", when it comes to cross-play for Diablo 3's myriad versions. That raised suspicions that "Reign of Terror" could be the subtitle of a new game or expansion, especially given that Diablo hasn't had either since Reaper of Souls in 2014.More news: Ariana Grande's Absence From 'F Cancer' Gala Explained By Scooter Braun
Diablo III is an incredibly popular action game which relies on higher difficulty levels and loot drops to keep players hooked.More news: Harry and Meghan arrive in Sydney for first downunder tour