Blizzard Entertainment announced Sunday during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase that Diablo 4 will be published sometime in 2023. The game’s fifth and final class, the Necromancer, may conjure undead minions to do their bidding, was shown in a new clip.

Diablo 4 will be available on both current-gen and previous-generation platforms, including the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Blizzard made the statement only hours after opening pre-registration for Diablo 4’s beta phase on the game’s website.

Apart from the Necromancer, the teaser featured a lot of gameplay, including large-scale co-op events that may take place in the open world. Players in the open world can engage with other players who are not in their group. In addition, the game supports cross-play, cross-progression across PC and consoles, and couch co-op.

During BlizzCon 2019, Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 were revealed. However, the development of both games has taken longer than projected, and Blizzard revealed in November 2021 that both might be delayed until 2023. Despite the delays, Blizzard has been rather generous with fresh Diablo 4 material throughout the years, including an examination of the game’s character classes, artwork, and player customization.

Blizzard has produced two new Diablo titles in the years after Diablo 4’s announcement: Diablo 2: Resurrected, a Diablo 2 remake, in 2021, and Diablo Immortal, a free-to-play Diablo game that premiered on June 2.

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