After some recent leaks, it’s been confirmed that Netflix is going to continue its adaption of making video games into TV series and will be taking it a step further with Diablo animated series which is a dream come true for all the fans.
Variety has reported that Hellboy screenwriter and Boom Studios founder, Andrew Cosby is in final talks with Netflix to make this Diablo animated series really happen. Interestingly the Tweet was deleted after a short time but people on the internet have already got what he actually said.
I guess I can confirm I am indeed in final talks to write and show-run the new DIABLO animated series for Activision and Netflix. It’s very exciting and I hope to the High Heavens it all works out.
Now keep in mind that it’s not confirmed because anything happens in the show-biz and anything can break down at the final moments. But with the success of Netflix previous adoption of Castlevania, this is probably not going to be canceled.
Andrew Cosby was rumored to be attached to the show from some time but he confirmed it in response to a fan’s Tweet. Now as for the official reveal, we can wait for BlizzCon which is just around the corner and that’s where we can expect it to be. Other than that, according to Syfy, the show will be Rated R and it’s going to be a show, not a movie.
Now with all this, we simply can’t wait to watch hell break loose on Netflix and if that didn’t excite you, it’s been rumored that Diablo 3 will be free for PlayStation Plus subscription holders in the month of October on PlayStation 4.
Now if you own a Switch, Nintendo and Blizzard have finally revealed the release date for Diablo 3 Eternal Edition and you can start playing it starting on November 2. Diablo 3 Eternal Edition includes every DLC that has ever been released to its other versions of the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
You can also check out the gameplay shown at Gamescom to see how well it runs on Nintendo Switch and allows you to play it finally on the go no matter where you are.