Officials announce that Diablo 4 has completed development and Gone Gold
In a press release posted to Blizzard's official social media platforms today, the company announced that Diablo 4 has gone "Gone Gold" and has been approved for official release by Microsoft, Sony, and other platforms.
This means that the development of the game has been completed and the mass production phase of sending the game to the factory for pressing has begun.
In the latest Major Nelson podcast (via TechRadar), Blizzard boss Rod Fergusson confirmed that Diablo 4 will indeed run at 60fps on both of Microsoft's current consoles. The Xbox X series will run the game at a native 4K (2160p) resolution, while the Xbox S series will run the game at a resolution capped at 1080p. While the console could have gone higher, perhaps up to a 1440p30 (or 40fps) experience, the final decision was made to go lower to keep the game at 60fps.
This should be good news for Xbox console gamers expecting a smooth frame rate when hacking through the dungeons of Diablo 4. PC gamers with supported NVIDIA graphics cards can also look forward to playing the game with DLSS 3 support for faster frame rates.
The game is reportedly scheduled for release on 6 June on PC, Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox series X|S consoles, and Sony's PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.
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