Posted on Thursday, March 15th, 2012 at 8:39 PM by Guest
Earlier today, Blizzard Entertainment officially announced the release date for their upcoming and highly anticipated Diablo III. May 15 is slated as the release date fans of the franchise have been waiting for years. Blizzard is aware of the global demand for the game, so instead of doing regional release dates, Diablo III will release in United States, Canada, Europe, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau all the same day.
“After many years of hard work by our development team and months of beta testing by hundreds of thousands of dedicated players around the world, we’re now in the homestretch,” Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime said in a statement. “We look forward to putting the final polish on Diablo III over the next two months and delivering the ultimate action-RPG experience to gamers worldwide starting on May 15.”
The announcement for game’s release comes only days after Blizzard decided to pull the PvP arena at launch. It was decided that the arena needed a lot of work to be done on it, and would be added in a patch later on.
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