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Diablo 3 could be coming to Nintendo Switch – report

A port of Diablo 3 is currently in development for Nintendo Switch, according to a new report.

Last week, a social media post by Blizzard Entertainment featuring a Diablo-themed light being switched off led many fans to believe a Switch port was in the works:

Sadly, the official response from Blizzard stated that “we do not have any current plans to announce Diablo for Switch.”

However, that isn’t the case according to sources speaking to Eurogamer, who have said a port is indeed in the early stages of development. The sources couldn’t confirm if the port would contain the Reaper of Souls or Rise of the Necromancer expansions.

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Sources also state that they were surprised to see the port teased so early, as the announcement of its existence isn’t expected for several months.

The Nintendo Switch has already amassed a fantastic library of ports including the likes of DOOM and Skyrim. Wolfenstein 2: New Colossus is also on the way later this year.

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