Blizzard Undecided on Diablo III for ConsolesNews
At this moment in time Blizzard is not working on a console version of the much anticipated dungeon crawler Diablo III.
“We haven’t officially announced it, because we’re not ‘experimenting,’” he said. “We tell people that basically we’re experimenting, because it helps us hire people. The better people we hire, the better chance we have to actually make it.”
“That’s why we haven’t kept it super secret, but we also haven’t confirmed it, because we’re not sure yet whether we think it will work, and whether we think we have the resources to do it.”
“I mean, there’s certainly more content being built during that time. It’s not like the game was 100 percent done for two years, and then we just polished it,” he clarified. “But I would definitely say that that’s the time period that we spent where there was a good contingent of the team that was focusing on polish.”
Diablo III is the first title in the series since 2001′s Diablo II: Lord of Destruction expansion and will add a variety of new features, character classes, and a new auction house system, which will charge gamers a range of fees. It will launch without player-vs.-player multiplayer, and has set preorder records at Blizzard and Amazon.
Make sure you keep an eye out sometime this week for our review on Diablo III as we experience it here on GamersHavenNews.