Anybody who has any interest in Blizzard and the Diablo universe will likely remember the controversy at BlizzCon 2018, when Diablo Immortal was announced and the community erupted online. However, it seems that Blizzard may have caught on to the preferences of their fans.
Blizzard has recently put out a job posting for a quest designer on an "unannounced project", with the application on the Blizzard careers page stating that the Diablo team in particular is looking for a "talented content designer with a combined gameplay and storytelling background to help us create play areas, quests, characters and dialogue for an upcoming project". The listing doesn't give any direct details, but it adds that a requirement for the role includes knowledge of Blizzard worlds and gameplay, specifically the gothic fantasy of Diablo.
What this means right now is up for speculation as Blizzard do have several Diablo projects in the work right now, although it's likely that this is in reference to Diablo 4 being in the works as a sneaky extra requirement states that applicants must have "experience with PC and console role-playing games". Of course this adds fuel to the fire of rumours that Diablo 4 won't be released before 2020.
Considering Diablo Immortal is a mobile game and Diablo 3 is far into its life cycle, this means that Diablo 4 is most likely on the way, or at the very least it won't be a mobile title.
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