More than 50 million players are now in Overwatch, and the Blizzard does not plan to put fans into lurch in the original game.
There are also rumours floating about that the original Overwatch will go free-to-play once Overwatch 2 hits the market.
We're sure Blizzard will have to address this omission in the future sometime, but the decision might have to do with the fact Diablo 4 appears to be more graphically intense than its predecessor was.
In the announcement and gameplay trailers, we've seen parts of Diablo II and a lot of incredible new content merge into the new installment. No release date has been set for Overwatch 2 yet, but while we wait on more from Blizzard, you can check out the first two trailers for the game above.
Towards the end of the panel, Kaplan approved the platforms on which the game will be published.
Quin69, a known streamer that is mostly streaming Blizzard games such as Diablo and World of Warcraft, has managed to get a hand on with one of the Lead Developers and ask him a couple of questions regarding Diablo 4. "I know it's a lame answer, I'm super sorry, and it's not like this top-secret thing that the last thing we want to tell players". The important thing is that it's great.
Overwatch 2 doesn't have a date yet, but Blizzard confirmed that PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch will be uploaded.
Overwatch 2 will add new maps and heroes into the mix as well. The title is now simultaneous development for PC, Xbox One and PS4 but won't be launching in the immediate future with a time frame anywhere up to two years away on the cards.