Blizzard has released the first set of in-game Diablo 4 screenshots in 4K showing the game's design and Diablo 2-like visual style. The next issue of Diablo at Blizzon 2019. The Game takes on the darker roots of the franchise and is somewhat similar to Diablo 3 in its visual style Diablo 2. According to Blizzard, Diablo 4 takes the players into a sinister plot and gives them the freedom to explore and go their own way through the world's most far-reaching and intense vision of Sanctuary. Three playable classes have been unveiled by Blizzard – the Barbarian, the Druid and the Sorceress.
The Barbarian, which is known for its unparalleled strength and brutal melee exploits a new and more powerful combat system, Arsenal which arms them with the ability to carry four different weapons simultaneously and quickly switch between them by assigning them to individual attacks.
The Sorceress resorts to her roots Diablo II and shapes the elements to annihilate her enemies by impaling them on serrated ice spines and raining them with electric shocks from lightning or flaming meteors from Sky.
The Druid is a wild shapeshifter whose updated style of play allows them to become fluent between werewolf, wereerebear, and human form, to unleash the raw power of nature's fury on the forces of the Burning Hells.
Check out the brand new screenshots below:
True to the roots of the franchise, Diablo IV will deliver visceral battles, cruel and varied monsters, an epic pursuit of legendary prey and endless playability and Progress. Players will spend a lifetime full of adventure, scattered in a land rooted in unique ecologies and inhabited by dangerous new enemies. They dive into random dungeons full of unpredictable enemies and unimaginable treasures. Diablo IV continues to support solo play and coordinated party play, providing player groups the opportunity to meet in the same common world to master greater challenges. , , or maybe even slaughter each other in the fight between players.
"Sanctuary has been the home of Diablo players for more than 20 years, and with our own deep passion for the series and a deep appreciation of the community we have today Diablo IV announce, "said J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment, after the official announcement of the game. "We look forward to returning to the dark, fundamental gameplay Diablo that players love as they expand the world and the story in new ways, and we can not wait for more people to experience it can. "
Diablo 4 comes on the PC and on the consoles, but does not have a release date yet. Be sure to check out the game's official website here.