Blizzard had soon announced Diablo 4 available for PC, Xbox One and PS4, and now we got to enjoy another news. Developers revealed how the game would come with more social elements than its predecessor. Diablo 4 will share an open-world like, supporting the game’s option of not having an offline mode. Such a feature will allow players to join battles against enemies and bosses.
Moreover, it could mean that developers are working on a cross-play for the game. Allen Adham, the executive producer of the game, detailed its excitement and explained what should fans expect. He said, “We’re very excited about cross-play. There are technical details and details to work through with the first parties, but it’s our goal to get to cross-play.”
Blizzard revealed more info on Diablo 4
Recently, an Activision game, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, introduce, too, this feature of cross-play in October. Diablo 4 should also come with such a feature, being so hard to imagine not to do that. These things mean that players will expect multiplayer games and those with multiplayer features, to come with a cross-play setup. Until Diablo 4 will be launched, the possibility of a cross-play option is likely to be introduced.
As Blizzard detailed Diablo 4, we should expect some high-rate features, more dark themes, and a brand-new experience. The official post reads, “Diablo 4 is the newest incarnation of the genre-defining ARPG players have come to know and love. Hellish new features, brutal challenges, and an indisputable return to darkness lie at the core of our hard work.” Diablo 4 is currently in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. At the moment of publishing, however, there hadn’t been any details of any extra ports or a launch date. Developers, however, indicated that the game wouldn’t appear soon, suggesting next-gen versions of the game, such as PS5 and Xbox Scarlett.
Wendy Chang was a reporter for Bleebot, covering news stories such as emerging technologies and gaming pieces.