Diablo fans can rest easy now that Blizzard has made "Diablo IV" official during the recently concluded BlizzCon 2019.

The dust isn't completely settled, though, as one familiar title is still creeping towards the hearts of dismayed fans. "Diablo Immortal," the Smartphone-based RPG was undoubtedly quiet during the conference, but it doesn't mean that Blizzard already threw its blueprint in the trash.

To compensate on this, Wyatt Cheng posted a Reddit post where the "Diablo Immortal" Director said that his team gave all the spotlight to "Diablo IV" and made space for the game's “clear announcement.”

In addition, Cheng didn't want fans to get confused in terms of specific details between "Diablo IV" and "Diablo Immortal," said Wowhead. Despite the silent affair, fans were treated with an updated demo, this time showcasing a playable Demon Hunter making his way through Wortham “and the outdoor zone of Ashwold Cemetery.”

“Hopefully a few people who had a chance to play the game at BlizzCon will be able to share their game experience,” expressed Cheng on his post.

The Demon Hunter became the latest character to be revealed by Blizzard, and has joined the Barbarian, Monk and Wizard, which was displayed in last year's BlizzCon. Players will also have the option to choose a Crusader or a Necromancer in the future.

Diablo "Diablo 4" will require an Internet connection so players could enjoy the entire gaming experience. Photo: Diablo Website

Blizzard's official blog post on the recent update also mentioned that while gamers can still play "Diablo IV" solo, the game will focus more on its multiplayer aspect and will offer features such us “persistent shared zones, four-player instanced dungeons, full Guild support and social systems,” among others.

Likewise, the dev update included the use of ultimates. It explained that a meter that sits on top of the basic attack button charges when players continue to use their character's basic attack. When the meter is full, a new “ultimate button” will appear. They can activate the button at any time and it will transform their basic attack into a better, more powerful version.

“The exact details of your ultimate state change based on which basic attack you have assigned. Every class has two basic attacks each with a corresponding ultimate.”

But as far as the game's release date was concerned, Cheng only said that they are in full production and working hard to finally come up with a legitimate "Diablo IV" title that could regain its fans after a not-so-warm welcome last year.

“We're looking forward to sharing more information in the coming months,” he said as he formally disregarded a previous rumor that the game was done and ready for download.