"We didn't announce anything today [at Blizzcon 2016]; we're not ready to announce anything about that.
But we love the Diablo franchise as much as any of the other universes, and I'm sure at some point we'll see something like that." In a slightly odd interview with Diablo 2 lead developer, David Brevik says on the subject of a new Diablo game in the future: "Oh yeah, absolutely.
Now, the Gryphon Diablo makes way for the Gryphon Diablo 300, a revitalised iteration of the technologies and components that made it the world’s most award-winning High End integrated amplifier.
But we love the Diablo franchise as much as any of the other universes, and I’m sure at some point we’ll see something like that.” As you can see, Diablo games release very far apart, but expansions follow very quickly.
The last expansion came out in 2014, while Diablo 3 launched in 2012.
Diablo 300 maintains a power reservoir capacity of 68,000 micro Farad and employs local active shunt regulators for superior noise suppression compared to the Zener diode regulated low-voltage supplies of the original Diablo.
Because it operates without negative feedback, the Gryphon Diablo 300 avoids both the intrinsic time-delay caused by sending the output signal to the input for a comparator loop and the resulting intermodulation distortion between time-offset signals.
E3 2017 is done and dusted so all eyes are on Blizzcon 2017 for a Diablo 4 announcement, including some kind of release date we hope. Luckily there is something for fans to fill their time with as the firm now launched the Rise of the Necromancer DLC pack for Diablo 3. If you missed out on Diablo 3 you can pick up the Eternal Collection on Xbox One or PS4 which features the original game, Rise of the Necromancer and Reaper of Souls expansions. Some of you might be wondering if we'll ever see Diablo 4 or whether Blizzard will just stick to the current universe.
"And so we continue to have a very vibrant community around Diablo 3, and of course there's always talk about Diablo 4," said Gio Hunt, EVP of Corporate Operations at Blizzard to Trusted Reviews.
It's been a long time since Diablo 3 so when will Diablo 4 come out?
Here we take a look at all the latest news and rumours surrounding the Diablo 4 release date.
As expected, there’s loads of hype for Diablo 4, but rumours of a Blizzcon 2016 launch failed to materialise, instead we got a remake of the original Diablo.