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The latest June 2020 quarterly update on Diablo IV is a treasure trove of new info, so let’s break it down.
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As promised, here is our first-look feature detailing a slice of what Treyarch showed us out at their Santa Monica base just a week ago.

To a room of *almost* boos, we’re told the signature Treyarch MP dive is gone, but it’s now been replaced with a slide that can also become a powerslide. On top of that, mantling has been given a boost and while we’re at it, you can also now properly wall-run. Running the wrong way on a wall? You can actually change direction mid-run and go back the opposite way. Moreover, jump now comes with a jet-boost dealie. It’s very much like the one in Evolve complete with cooldown, but here it serves the player with speed. And coming full circle, you can now use water.
That's just a portion of the main feature, which details the game's new movement system for multiplayer as well as the addition of "specialists" characters, alongside what we know about single-player and Zombies.

Click here for the full Black Ops III reveal feature.



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