“Diablo 3” is coming to the Nintendo Switch before the end of 2018. The news was prematurely announced yesterday and it confirms that this version of the game will be officially called “Diablo 3 Eternal Collection.”

The Nintendo Switch version of “Diablo 3” was first spotted by users on Reddit on the Forbes website. The published article has already been deleted and Forbes may have posted the story by accident, but the information about the Nintendo Switch port has already been fully revealed.

The Switch version of “Diablo 3” will be bundled with the original game, the 2014 Reaper of Souls expansion and last year’s Rise of the Necromancer pack, according to Eurogamer. The 2017 Necromancer pack adds the Necromancer class from “Diablo 2,” as well as other improvements to the “Diablo 3” core experience.

The “Diablo 3 Eternal Collection” will also feature Nintendo-themed bonuses that are all inspired by “The Legend of Zelda.” One of the in-game bonuses is the Ganondorf armor set. Some of the other bonuses that were mentioned include Echoes of the Mask wings, a Tri-Force portrait frame and a chicken pet.

The leaked article also said that the Nintendo Switch version of “Diablo 3” will feature multiplayer game modes. This will allow gamers to have four-player local co-op or even four-player co-op on two separate Switch consoles. It’s also possible to go full online co-op, but this will require users to be connected to the internet, as pointed out by Kotaku.

No exact release date was given, but fans of the series should expect “Diablo 3 Eternal Collection” for the Nintendo Switch to be available sometime before the year ends. This version of “Diablo 3” will cost $59.99.

Rumors and speculations about the “Diablo 3” coming to the Nintendo Switch began earlier this year when Blizzard Entertainment tweeted a video showing a diablo nightlight being switched off and on. A lot of fans immediately assumed that “Diablo 3” would be coming to the Switch console.

“Diablo 3” was originally released in 2012 and is still receiving support and content updates from Blizzard Entertainment. The game has been incredibly successful with over 30 million units sold since 2015. The game is already available on the PS4, Xbox One and PS3, so it makes a lot of sense that it would make its way to the Switch, which is now one of the most popular gaming systems in the world.