Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, when do they come out? Activision provides new updates

During its latest meeting with shareholders, Activision-Blizzard confirmed that Q2 of the current current year has been extremely positive for the company. The occasion was also suitable for spreading some new updates regarding the titles in development at Blizzard Entertainment.

In addition to confirming that Diablo Immortal will arrive only in the first half of 2022 and no longer this year as previously planned, Activision is back to briefly discuss the status of Diablo 4. The highly anticipated new hack ‘n’ slash for PC and console unfortunately does not yet have an official launch date, however the company led by Bobby Kotick said that the development has seen significant progress in recent times. A detail that had already been anticipated by some users through the BlizzTrack.com portal. The publisher also stated that the game will offer enough content to engage its users for multiple years.

Later, the topic Overwatch 2 was addressed. Following the departure of game director Jeff Kaplan (replaced by Aaron Keller), players have doubts about the health of the project. According to the words of Activision, however, there seems to be nothing particularly worrying behind the works, since the Blizzard team has reached an important internal milestone in recent weeks.

In short, for more concrete updates we will have to wait a little longer. Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that Call of Duty Vanguard is still expected by the end of 2021.