Blizzard Denies Diablo: Reign Of Terror Is BlizzCon Leak

Ruben Fields
October 15, 2018

The items include a poster and a men's and women's T-shirt, all showing the frightful visage of the series namesake himself. Reign of Terror could just be the general name for the art itself rather than a new game, and honestly I think this is more likely.

If anything, the Reign of Terror leak is more addressing a new line of Diablo merchandise that Blizzard will be showing off at the convention. In a similar situation, last year's BlizzCon gave pre-mature hints at the theme of the World of Warcraft expansion Battle for Azeroth.

The "Reign of Terror" tagline might sound a little familiar too - in Diablo 3 there was an achievement called "Reign of Terror".

A new Diablo game has been in the works for quite some time, and we're pretty sure it's Diablo IV rather than a spin-off. He is a huge fan of Blizzard games, and has been playing them extensively since the release of the original StarCraft.

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One such firm is Blizzard Entertainment, as the publisher and developer could be allowing Diablo 3 to receive cross-platform play at some point in the future.

Sony is taking baby steps with cross-platform play, and Blizzard is working with the company to enable it for Diablo 3: Eternal Collection. A Nintendo Switch version launches on November 2, 2018.

BlizzCon is less than a month away, and the team over at Blizzard has already confirmed numerous times already that we've got some major Diablo news coming our way. One thing I will say is that the tagline "Reign of Terror" sounds nearly like a promotion rather than a game title, and it would seem a little foolish to have the game leak via the Blizzard Store.

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