Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 Screenshots Give Us a Better Idea of What to Expect from Blizzard’s New Games

Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 Screenshots Give Us a Better Idea of What to Expect from Blizzard’s New Games

Check out the first key art and screenshots for Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 from Blizzard Entertainment.

This BlizzCon has certainly been an interesting one for Blizzard. In the middle of a year filled with backlash and protests, the company revealed two brand new games: Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2. Both continue some of Blizzard’s biggest franchises, and Diablo 4, in particular, has been a long time coming. While the reveal and gameplay trailers for both titles were used to ease players into these new games, Blizzard’s President J. Allan Brack has commented on both of the games and a plethora of new screenshots have been released.

When it comes to Diablo 4, J. Allan Brack said “Sanctuary has been a home to Diablo players for more than 20 years, and it’s with our own deep passion for the series and a deep appreciation of the community that we announce Diablo 4 today. We’re excited to be returning to the dark, quintessential Diablo gameplay that players love while expanding the world and story in new ways, and we can’t wait for more people to be able to experience it.” Diablo 4 seems to look and play just like the other games in that classic series, something that becomes remarkably clear in its gameplay trailer and the screenshots that you can see below:


While the gap between Overwatch games is shorter than the one between Diablo III and Diablo 4, the sequel still makes some notable changes by fleshing out the story and PvE. “With Overwatch 2, we’re building the cooperative, narrative-driven game experience that players have been asking for since the original—and that we’ve wanted to make for a long time. We’re looking forward to telling the next chapter of this epic story in-game, and we’re excited to give players a whole-new kind of co-op experience built around progressing and customizing their favorite heroes—all while providing even more of everything they love about Overwatch today,” is what J. Allan Brack had to say about this titles.

You can check out a ton of concept art and screenshots for Overwatch 2 below:

Neither Diablo 4 nor Overwatch 2 have firm release dates, but DualShockers will be sure to keep you in the loop as more information about these games comes out during BlizzCon.