Perhaps the most anticipated game Blizzard is developing right now is Diablo IV. It’s been almost two years since Diablo 4 was announced, which makes us even hungrier for a sequel. Those who attended BlizzCon 2019 had a chance on a playable demo. But this year’s BlizzConline gave a ton of new info about the upcoming action-RPG, and what it means for the franchise. While the BlizzConline was a low-key one, mainly because of the pandemic, the amount of revealed information about the game is more than enough in offering a clearer picture about what we can expect with Diablo 4.
When the pandemic hit, we bid farewell to our loved ones and everything else beyond the walls of our homes. Now, with the outside world temporarily lost, we tried to look for a haven inside. And there, as if destined, sat Among Us. Millions of people who were hooked up on their phones remembered what it was to sit and play NES games. They began to play games again, but this time as a form of hobby.
There’s this newly-released game called Cyberpunk 2077. Even though it went from a bad start due to some seizure-inducing scenes and other graphical problems, the game still has something in its sleeve, right? So, let’s dive in to check if the Cyberpunk 2077 worth and deserving of The Witcher legacy.
Being one of the most successful and most loved role-playing games of all time, Baldur’s Gate III follows the rules and systems of Dungeons and Dragons although slightly bent to allow a more enjoyable, and player-centered experience. Once again, it’s time to satisfy your inner fantasies about adventure and be immersed with it as the plot unfolds.