Diablo IV has been on the shelves for some time now, and Blizzard has now set its sights on the future of this title. Last month, for example, it became clear when the second season of Diablo IV will launch, on Oct. 17. The first season ends on Oct. 9, so fans will only have to wait a short time for new content.
Now more has also been revealed about the future vision for the game. In an interview with Dexerto, general manager Rod Fergusson explained more about the plans. For example, he was able to say that the launch of the first season laid a foundation for the future. They are now looking at future seasons to be released quarterly, as well as annual expansions.
Below what exactly Fergusson had to say:
“But, you know, it’s years and years. That’s the thing we’re focused on. When you look at the launch of the game and this first season, we see that as building a foundation on which we can build for the future. So, as we look at our quarterly seasons, and we look at our annual expansions, those are the things that we’re really focused on for our live service.
We’ve got plans, we have storylines that go well into the future. We’ve got plans. We’re always leapfrogging our seasons, and leapfrogging our expansions, so it’s something we’re going to do for a long time. We’re excited.”