Associate Community Manager Brandy Camel revealed that some of these projects are "going to take longer than others", hinting that Diablo 4 or, at the very least, the potential of a Diablo 2 remake could eventually materialise in the future.
Reforged, Blizzard is planning on completely redoing major aspects of the original game.
Blizzard says that the mobile game will have shared public zones as well as instanced dungeons that allow for a four-player experience.
There's not too much known about Diablo Immortal right now, but they did say that this game takes place after Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and before the events of Diablo III.
Blizzard is the home to some of the biggest game franchises of all time: Warcraft, Diablo, Starcraft, and more recently Overwatch. Same goes for the gameplay trailer below, showing the basic mobile controls and UI on top of what looks like a rehash of Diablo 3.
With Diablo Immortal, every class gets new abilities that we haven't seen before.
The opening day of BlizzCon is upon us and Blizzard has surprised the entire Diablo fanbase with a new announcement.
As far as controls go, Blizzard claims that "the transition from mouse-and-keyboard or controller to mobile touchscreen device was created to feel completely natural, intuitive and fun". It also features online multiplayer, with numerous characters being shown on the screen at once-we counted at least six, which is more than Diablo III allows for. Just as he's about be killed, he's saved by another of Diablo III's classes, the Wizard.
Diablo Immortal does not have a release date.
You can pre-register for the game now at the Google Play Store.