It's been more than six years since Diablo III first released, and more than a year since its last DLC arrived, but the franchise isn't lying dormant.
She added that The Season Of Greed is the first of the Themed seasons and Blizzard Entertainment plans to bring other Themed Season to Diablo 3 as well. While we still don't know anything concrete about where the developer is taking the famed franchise, they did officially (and finally) announce that "multiple" Diablo projects are now in the works.
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Keep a note: November will welcome the annual Blizzcon event, and we couldn't think of a better time for the "later this year" to come into action.
What could these projects be? At the time, a reimagining of the second game seemed unlikely, as did a full-on Diablo 4. Blizzard has said it's making mobile game versions of its popular IPs, and Activision reiterated this emphasis on mobile gaming in the company's Q2 CY18 earnings call. I have no clue how Blizzard will approach this game, but I do know there's a lot riding on the line.
Now that Blizzard has gone on record saying multiple projects are in the works, it's possible one of them could be the rumored Switch port of Diablo 3.
But again.it should be a while before Diablo walks the Earth again.