The release date of Diablo 4, gameplay, and classes of the game

Diablo 4 is the next mainline entry in the long-lived RPG series. It has been a long since the last title, and fans worldwide are hungry for any information they can get their hands on.

Thanks to recent previews and announcements at The Game Awards 2022, we know quite a bit about Diablo 4. The release date has finally been revealed, and we have plenty of trailers to watch and analyze.

For now, Blizzard is keeping some aspects of “Diablo 4” under wraps, presumably to mitigate the risk of spoilers so close to launch; Diablo 4 is once again set in Sanctuary, but it is a more open and expansive experience than its predecessor. We know it will be a more open and expansive experience than its predecessor.


Now that we have more information about Diablo 4 let’s look at everything we know about the game. You will also find all the trailers that have been released so far, as well as the release date for Diablo 4. This page will be updated as new information is revealed leading up to the release.

Diablo 4 will be released on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC on June 6, 2023. This was revealed during The Game Awards 2022, unveiling a new trailer. The game will be placed amid stiff competition, as “Final Fantasy 16” will also be released in the same month.

Fans will undoubtedly be happy to hear that it won’t take them too long to play “Diablo 4”. The game had been known for years before it was finally announced, and then it took a considerable amount of time before a release date was set. For now, Blizzard is targeting June 6, 2023, which is subject to change. If so, this page will be updated.

Release date trailer for The Game Awards 2022

During The Game Awards 2022, Diablo 4 received a new cinematic trailer. Following this, a release date was announced. The heavy-handed trailer signals Diablo 4’s return to a grittier, bloodier tone. You can watch it below.

Xbox and Bethesda Showcase 2022

The Xbox and Bethesda Showcase for 2022 gave us a glimpse of Diablo 4. In addition, to release date news, Blizzard also revealed Diablo 4’s final class, the Necromancer. This cinematic trailer can be viewed below.

Diablo 4 Gameplay

The Xbox and Bethesda showcase also featured gameplay footage of Diablo 4. Looking at this new character casting blood and bone spells, the Necromancer can summon undead minions to aid him in battle. The 5-minute video can be viewed here.

BlizzCon 2021

At BlizzCon 2021, Blizzard unveiled the Rogue, the fourth character class in the game. The Rogue trailer shows that the Rogue is quick and deadly in several short gameplay clips that accompany a comprehensive cinematic.

GameInformer Spotlight

After BlizzCon 2019, GameInformer brought a lot of Diablo 4 gameplay for us to take a closer look at. Familiar in the best possible way, the video showcased Diablo 4’s return to the intense Gothic game world and that addictive gameplay loop that made the game famous.


Below you can see the video showing the game’s three classes in action. Barbarian, Sorceress, and Druid. All in all, about an hour of gameplay, which is quite impressive. The game is still a while away, so it will probably be appreciated.

Announcement Trailer

As a true starting point, Diablo 4 was officially announced at Blizzcon 2019. We saw both the cinematic announcement story and the first gameplay trailer.

For those who have not followed the in-game events, “Diablo 4” takes place after “Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls”.

At this point, the gates of Heaven are closed after the angel of death, Malthael, destroys most of the Sanctuary. Lilith, daughter of Mephistopheles and mother of mankind, is released from her prison because Heaven is unaware of the events in the Sanctuary.

In an interview with AusGamers, Diablo 4 game director Luis Barriga and art director John Mueller offer insight into the team’s big ambitions for Diablo 4 and its expansion. With Lilith functioning more as the main villain than Diablo, Mueller suggests that there may ultimately be more characters and stories to be told in the expansion.

“Diablo IV is like the first chapter of a book. We want to tell a big story, hopefully for a long time. Treating this film like the first chapter of a book and treating Lilith as an important character in this story makes us feel very good knowing that other characters may return in the future. Or maybe there will be new characters that we have never seen before.


The two also touched on how big the world of Sanctuary will be.

They said, “You can go from the northernmost tip of Scosglen, which you saw in the demo, to the arid steppes, to the desert of Kejhistan. And there are no loading screens at all. It is completely seamless. This is how much detail has been put into the game.

We also know that Diablo 4 is moving away from the conversation pane of Diablo 3. Instead, a mix of tool-generated and choreographed camera angles should improve both simple and complex NPC interactions. Diablo 4 also uses real-time cutscenes during key story moments in the game, and the transition from player control to gameplay is more seamless.

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