Published: Sat, March 03, 2018
Sci-tech | By Eric Barnett

Diablo could be coming to Nintendo Switch

Diablo could be coming to Nintendo Switch

Naturally, because it's Diablo and because the nightlight literally has an on / off switch, people assumed this was Blizzard's clever way of hinting that Diablo is destined for Nintendo's Switch handheld.

In a late night post, the studio tweeted out a gif of a Diablo themed night light being "switched" on and off. Do you think Diablo 3 will ever head to Switch?

The tweet also contained the caption, "Sweet dreams". "I'm coming. I'm coming, Nin-ten-do #blizzard2017". "We have nothing to announce".

Rumors about a Switch version of the game surfaced last week following a tweet from videogame journalist Marcus Sellars, which stated that a Switch port is in development at Blizzard.

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I doubt we'll hear anything about this project until Blizzard is ready to show the game running in all its glory.

It's fantastic that Diablo 3, a game released six years ago, can still inspire this much excitement.

Dr Jo Twist, chief executive of Ukie, added: "New hardware such as the Switch have driven retail sales, virtual reality hardware looks healthy and digital games across all platforms continue to grow", she added. Possibly. "We have nothing to announce" is often public relations shorthand for "We have a careful marketing rollout plan for this announcement and it will happen in due time". Though it's had a few console releases throughout the years (and, indeed, used to develop primarily for consoles back before the arrival of the first Warcraft game), most of Blizzard's big games have only been available on PC.

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