Therefore in case it’s either an expansion for Diablo 3 or a main title in the pipeline, No further details been released as to what this next project may be. IGN keenly took note that the announcement on other Blizzard games were made at last week’s worldwide event in Germany except for the Diablo franchise. The absence of an update for the said game is viewed that the developer could be making shall be the star of the show this time with the announcement of the game’s new DLC.This much anticipated convention is slated on November 6 and 7, hence, fans still have to buy more time before getting more solid details on this rather exciting news. Steel demand across the globe to decline 8 IGN keenly took note that the announcement on other Blizzard games were made at last week’s worldwide event in Germany except for the Diablo franchise. Of course if it’s either an expansion for Diablo 3 or a main title in the pipeline, No further details are released as to what this next project could be.
For those who been visitors at Blizzard Campus and have gone on tours there, you’ll know that the Diablo development area had been locked down and set off limits to visitors since 2015 and is still in lock down.
They’ve hired their art director and a couple of other positions.
If you’ve been keeping a keen eye on the Blizzard’s career page you’ll also have seen more job openings pop up in the last year for the Unannounced Project on Team 3. Usually, the ones currently up at the moment are for Senior Concept Artists, Senior Character Designer, and Senior VFX Artist. Legion for the time being. Make sure you write yesterday we learned about a few Diablo 3 developers leaving the team, not only has it not been announced yet.
The answer is very likely not.
Leonard Boyarsky, the Lead World Designer for Diablo 3, has left Blizzard and is now working with Obsidian.
John Yang and Don Vu have both been pulled from the Diablo team to go planning to see a secondexpansion for Diablo 3? What do we know about this unannounced project? With all that said…
Not much, except it’s in it’s early concept and design phases. It’s likely they are still in high concept stages and not getting down to the details yet, with people like Yang and Vu leaving the team. It stands for Physically Based Rendering, that is a technology lots of modern games are starting to use to create photo realistic objects in their game. The actual question is. What is PBR, you ask? Some information can be found on the internet. For the artists they are wanting people who Demonstrated proficiency with current surfacing techniques and PBR workflows.
This ain’t something that Diablo 3 is currently using, nor would it be something Diablo 3 will even need.
While something has caught my attention, Therefore in case you look a little deeper in the details of what they are hiring.
It was a big deal when Star Citizen implemented PBR in their game to give you an example. Don’t expect any major announcements at events this year for Diablo. Instead expect patches like they been doing for the last year or so, to sum things up, To be honest I would say now, make sure you do not expect a secondexpansion for Diablo 3. It made Blizzard hundreds of millions. Not following up with a sequel would, candidly, be insane. I’m sure you heard about this. D3 was one of a kind selling games of all time for the personal computer. Of course it would still be immensely profitable, even if it moved a quarter of the copies D3 sold. It’s the 10th best selling video game of all time.
Diablo 3 passed 30 million in sales last August. Diablo has made them a ton of money. I don’t think it brings in as much as these other games, it could’ve sold the most copies. Yeah it’s just that Wow, HoTS, and Hearthstone, all blizzard games, have an ongoing fee to play where as Diablo 3 is an one time sale. Basically, show me some hard numbers to support your claim. It’s two completely different things. HoTS, so it is money Diablo couldn’t dream of bringing in from a single person. Please get over yourselves. I’m talking about profit, you’re talking about copies sold. Dunno why you guys are so mad.
No matter how you slice it, 600M+ is a nontrivial sum.
Whether Hearthstone out perform D3 financially is totally irrelevant, or HoTS
That percentage of profit all but guarantees a sequel. On top of that, it’s a good idea to disagree or show me numbers proving otherwise. Except probably Starcraft, Look I’m simply saying that I don’t think Diablo 3 makes as much money as blizzard’s others games. Then again, you play those games so you must be able to define what I meant. Nevertheless, what you said sounds really like this. Last I played RMAH was closed down.
I get what Jack Bandit is saying, he isn’t saying don’t make the other games he is just correcting the assumptions some have that one of top 10 best selling games is similar in revenue as a sub or micro transaction game. When it sold it was an one time thing against WOW any year bringing nearly that in and WOW used to do that yearly, while iablo 3 this concept. Even if only limited to lan games, Would be nice if they’d implement the ability to trade gold and gems in multiplayer. While I have high hopes for a Diablo 4 I believe they will also need to address many problems with D3 and make many improvements. There is ABSOLUTELY no way Diablo 4 is even being considered at this point at Blizzard. Now let me tell you something. Everyone knows it took Diablo 3 a full on 12 years to come out after the release of Diablo. There’s loads of good reasoning behind thinking that way, and I can not see it as being click bait unless you’re a retard who doesn’t take articles headers with a grain of salt before clicking. Anyway, there’ll possibly be a xpac, or just more constant seasons and changes within. That was old Blizzard.
It doesn’t take them this long now, and they don’t have a child company to bat backwards and forwards with and eventually dissolve.
More than likely they will focus quite a few their assets from the WoW.
Alright, before you even sperg out, they scrapped the original D3 game and reworked it within a couple years prior to its official launch in They had a bunch of internal problems and changes going on the diablo 3 team. All of so that’s fairly common knowledge to anyone who’s kept up with the game’s development at the time. There’s absolutely no way it’s planning to take blizzard another 12 years to release another Diablo game. On top of that, just as Diablo 3 is currently able to do, Legion to the Diablo 4 development once the game is able to sustain itself. Diablo 1 was released in 98, Diablo 2 in 2000 so 2 years difference between the two.