The Internet Wrongly Assumed Diablo III Was Teased for Switch

Alyssa Bailey
March 4, 2018

Diablo III could launch on Nintendo Switch with the full breadth of content, now that the game has just launched into its 13th season. That was the case for most consoles too, but Diablo III quickly signaled a return to home entertainment systems when it launched on Xbox and PlayStation back in 2013.

The post from Blizzard certainly is confusing and does come across as slightly random, but when looked at as a marketing post for a future game release the picture comes together much more nicely. Blizzard HAS NOT officially confirmed that Diablo 3 is heading to Nintendo Switch.

Fans have long hoped for ports from the original Diablo and its two sequels , but Blizzard has been pretty quiet on that topic. Naturally, followers on social media thought that was supposed to indicate that Diablo was being released to the Switch.

"We can assure you we're not that clever", Blizzard said in a statement.

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Having Diablo III on the Nintendo Switch would be awesome, but the gore would have to be toned down immensely. Blizzard reached out to Polygon via phone call denying the recent buzz, but leaving it suspiciously open ended with an "we have nothing to announce". "[It was] meant to be a fun community engagement piece".

There's only really one way you could interpret this Blizzard tweet.

Blizzard North was indeed working on Diablo 3 at one point but, the game was scrapped and while Blizzard delivered a fresh new take on the game but, it was a buggy mess and littered with server issues.

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