Diablo 3 succeeds Diablo 1 and Diablo 2, classic epics that gamers have long known and loved. The first game was released way back in 1996, with the latter hitting in 2000.
Even today the Diablo name is spoken with reverence, and people continue to play and love Blizzard’s genre-defining loot-dropping, dungeon-crawling action RPGs to a degree that few games ever obtain.
That leads us to the first modern entry in the series, and a game that has been in development for a very long four years. What can players expect from Diablo III? Find out in this “What Is Diablo 3?” documentary, which breaks down the game and what it offers.
Here is the debut trailer that enraptured players with the promise of epic gameplay to come, with a stunning cinematic Computer Generated trailer.
Along with this extended version.
Here are several commercials advertising Diablo III’s release.
Diablo III: It’s Not Safe TV Spot
Diablo III: End of Days Commercial
Sadly, I never got around to playing the original two Diablo games. I still plan on doing it, and sometime soon. Either way, Diablo III looks absolutely epic. And I can’t wait to play the game.
Sadly the Diablo 3 launch has been fraught with errors, lots of people having a hard time logging into the game. Hopefully Blizzard will get it all fixed soon.