Blizzard is reportedly cutting costs by offering developers 'buyouts' to leave the company voluntarily
Since 2014 updates to Diablo III have been light and sporadic, and four years later, Blizzard's announcement of Diablo Immortal at a time when fans are hungry for any news of a Diablo IV has led to big questions about the future of the franchise. What's really going on with Diablo?
Blizzard has spent the past six years transforming World of Warcraft from a tired massively multiplayer online role-playing game into something fresh and new. Between 2014's Warlords of Draenor and 2016's Legion, World of Warcraft today feels like a completely different game.