Blizzard has dropped some news on Twitter on the dungeon-scrambling Diablo series. In addition to saying that it would continue to use themes for future seasons of Diablo III, Commander Brandy Camel said in a video that Blizzard is currently working on several other Diablo projects.
"The blizzards here on Blizzard burn hot and we have more Diablo projects in the works," said Camel. "Some of them will take longer than others, but we can have some things to show you later this year. "
It's all the new information we received, but this is not the first hint we've seen Blizzard work on new Diablo games. A jobbook for one dungeon artist appeared on the company's website earlier this year. The entry said it was an "unannounced Diablo game." Whether it would be a complete sequel to Diablo III or some kind of spinoff was unclear.
A Blizzard Twitter which showed a demonic night light that smiled on and off, also rumors that Diablo III was on the way to Nintendo Switch, although Blizzard denied it and said, "We can make sure we do not is so clever. "Yet Eurogamer said its sources confirmed that the Switch port is actually in the work.
For Diablo III, its 14th season was based on the theme of greed. As such, all Treasure Goblin spells doubled, so when a Goblin would normally appear, two came instead, doubling the amount of loot players could gather if they were fast enough to kill them both. According to Camel, coming seasons will also have themes.