Nintendo Switch has been getting a lot of third-party titles which isn’t a surprise since it has been very successful and now a report has made its way on the internet suggesting that Blizzard Entertainment is working on the Nintendo Switch version of Diablo 3.
The report comes from Marcus Sellars, who posted on his Twitter account that Diablo 3 is in development for Nintendo Switch at Blizzard Entertainment and should launch in early 2019.
Furthermore, the report suggests that the developers want to introduce local play with multiple Nintendo Switches.
MoreDiablo 3 is in development for the Nintendo Switch and should be out early 2019. They are wanting to implement Local play with multiple switches.
In related news, Original Diablo designer David Brevik has revealed that Diablo 3 would have been much more Diablo II-looking if Blizzard North had developed the game.
Our art style up north was different than the art style from the guys down [at Blizzard South], and so in a lot of ways it was much more like Diablo II-looking than it was what Diablo III ended up looking like.
Blizzard North was working on Diablo 3 at one point but, it was scrapped and while Blizzard delivered a fresh new take on the game but, the game was a buggy mess and littered with server issues.
According to Brevik, the Reaper Of Souls expansion made Diablo 3 a much better game compared to what it was at launch and also added that “it was a fine game at launch, and I think that it really kind of held up the Diablo legacy”.
Diablo 3 is an action RPG developed by Blizzard Entertainment for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 and if the report is true then we would seeing the launch of the game on Nintendo Switch.