The Game Awards 2022 will end up having no more surprises in store for us if the leaks continue. Indeed, ahead of the ceremony which will take place during the night of Thursday to Friday, it is the Microsoft Store who has just once again revealed in spite of himself information concerning a game expected by a good number of players, Diablo IV. the hack’n slash of Blizzard expected on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but also on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S since the Xbox conference last June which revealed the Necromancershould therefore be released next year if all goes well and we already know the exact date.
According Lumia Updatesused to flush out information related to Microsoft, the publisher’s online store indicates that Diablo IV would be released on June 5, 2023 at 11:00 p.m., within a few hours depending on the country, don’t be surprised that it is available on the 6th, the studio being used to launching its productions on Tuesdays. All the titles shown during the event Xbox due out within the next 12 months, that fits well.
It would also weigh around 80 GB, nothing surprising for a production of this caliber. It was also rumored that embargoes on the game would be lifted just before the Game Awardsthere where Blizzard should make a formal announcement, from teasing being ongoing on the networks as you can see below, with the #LilithIsComing.
Update : Lilith will be talked about this Thursday, December 8 at 6:00 p.m.wheras’Lumia Updates reported that pre-orders for the game will start on December 9 at 5:00 a.m., just after the Game Awards so.
Update 2 : it was finally only a question ofa contest. See you tonight.
Following a stage performance by the singer Halsey, the release date of June 6, 2023 was made official at the turn ofa cutscene plunging us into Hell where theArchangel Inarius came to challenge Lilith.
Waiting to be fixed and if you haven’t gotten your hands on it yet, Diablo III Eternal Collection is sold €24.99 on Amazon.
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