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Wednesday, 12 December 2012 09:48

Diablo 3 is still in development for consoles

Written by David Stellmack

Blizzard not yet ready to announce it just yet

Blizzard chief creative officer Rob Pardo tells Polygon that a possible console version of Diablo 3 is coming along, but they are still not yet ready to make an official announcement. “We’re still kind of exploring it,” says Pardo.

According to lead designer Jay Wilson, Blizzard is exploring console options. While they admit that they have builds up and running, it still has not apparently made official project status at Blizzard yet. Wilson says that, “…the team is essentially working on the next big Diablo thing, and a lot of this stuff will show up at some point next year.”

Our sources tell us that Blizzard is working on figuring it out, but they are not yet sure where it is going. Until Blizzard figures that out, a console version of Blizzard anything is up in the air. The good news is that our sources tell us that the console development continues, and that is very good news for console fans who would like to see Blizzard bring something to the console space. Right now, it is still a waiting game, but chances are good that it will end up in something that Blizzard does release.

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