Xbox Live Programming Director Major Nelson shared details about Diablo 4’s graphics modes . On the other hand, we want our good news that it has been announced that the game, which is expected to be released in June, has reached the final version. So we will not encounter any postponement news.
Diablo 4, the last game of the Diablo series, was announced at the QuakeCon event of 2019. Its story will take place years after the Diablo 3 game, at a time when the High Heavens and Burning Hells actions killed millions, and the famous name will reappear in the vacuum of power.
We have learned that Diablo 4, which is being developed for PC (Battle.net), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series, will be available on June 6, 2023 . It has been officially confirmed that this date is final and that we will not encounter any postponement news. The end of development of the new Diablo game was heralded by general manager Rod Fergusson, who spoke in a press release published by Blizzard Entertainment.
#DiabloIV has Gone Gold. Can you feel her presence now?
See you in Sanctuary. 6.6.23 🔥 pic.twitter.com/OGX8oACUCr
— Diablo (@Diablo) April 17, 2023
“Reaching the final release is a major milestone for the incredible Diablo 4 team, each working hard to create the next generation member of this iconic brand. It’s a tangible, meaningful step towards the June 6 release. Whether players are brand veterans or first-timers, we look forward to allowing everyone to be a part of the full version, be a part of the incredible storytelling, experiment with character classes and creation, and experience the dark world and endgame content Sanctuary has to offer.”
Diablo 4’s Graphics Mods Revealed
In addition to the final version of the game, the graphic modes of the Diablo 4 game were also detailed with the statement made by Major Nelson during the Xbox podcast broadcast.
According to Nelson, Xbox Series X users will have the opportunity to experience it in 4K 60 FPS fluency. Let’s not go without mentioning that these settings are also valid for PlayStation 5. Xbox Series S users will be able to play at 1080p resolution with 60 FPS fluency.