Diablo IV: A Character Will Return

Yes, we are talking about a character, even though the game, Diablo IV itself hasn’t been revealed yet (and it will likely not happen until BlizzCon either)…

So there’s an art book called Art of Diablo. This is the artbook that was previously discussed by us when the German GameStar publication revealed it (followed later by an Amazon Germany listing), where the game was outright called Diablo IV. Now, in this artbook, a few characters get small descriptions. One of them is called Lilith.

Lilith might be familiar to those who played Diablo II 19 years ago (wow, it was that long ago?). In it, she was the Queen of the Succubi in a quest called Pandemonium Event. However, this mission was exclusive to the Battle.net system, so unless you had an Internet connection, you weren’t able to play it. Now, let’s see what the book says about her: „Lilith’s debut in Diablo IV is a reimagining of her form that is far different from her previous appearance.” The image below originates from Twitter, and it doesn’t seem to be a hoax either.

So Diablo IV was confirmed by everyone on the planet at this point, except for Blizzard, who will probably stay entirely silent until BlizzCon, which is happening this weekend. The media will likely keep an eye on the event because some Hong Kong protest-supporters might participate. Blizzard is already tarnishing its reputation over banning Blitzchung, a Hearthstone eSport player for supporting the protesters on a broadcast.

If Diablo IV gets announced, we wonder what platforms will get it. PC is a given (hopefully… after last year’s Diablo: Immortal announcement for iOS and Android, who knows?), but will it be a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One title, or will Blizzard focus on the PlayStation 5 and the codenamed Xbox Project Scarlett?

Source: PCGamer

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