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Monday, 24 October 2011 10:03

Blizzard lives up to its name with Diablo 3 cinematics

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New "Black Soulstone" trailer looks impressive


Blizzard has released a new teaser trailer for its highly anticipated Diablo III title. In three minute teaser trailer, Blizzard reminded us how good the game cinematics can be, and has definitely brought us back to the time of Diablo II.

It is well known that cinematics in the Diablo II title were ahead of its time and were quite impressive back when the game was at its peak. Today, Diablo III might do the same thing as this 3:18 long teaser is quite impressive and even shows a glimpse of what you could expect from the new Diablo title.

The game is scheduled to hit retail shelves sometime in Q1 2012. You can check out the BlizzCon 2011 Black Soulstone cinematic over at Gametrailers.com.

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