With Overwatch out, and Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, and World of Warcraft all still going strong, it's good to know that Blizzard is in no way done with Diablo. Not we were worried, what with all the free updates that Diablo III has been getting over the years. In a new job posting at Blizzard, it looks like the company is looking for a new game director to lead development on a new Diablo project. Which, whatever it may end up being called, looks to be Diablo 4.
Blizzard Entertainment is seeking a game director with outstanding communications skills, proven experience in creative direction, strong ability in system design, and a stellar track record of shipping AAA games to lead the Diablo series into the future.
And although the requirements state that they're looking for someone who's shipped "multiple AAA products as a game director or creative director", here's hoping that "cleared a Greater Rift 75 solo with five minutes to spare" is just as valuable.
As for the current Diablo leader at Blizzard, Josh Mosqueira has taken to Twitter to announce to fans that he is indeed leaving Blizzard. And in a related post over at Ploygon, confirmed the existence of this new Diablo game in the works. Josh, who was instrumental in bringing Diablo 3 to consoles, as well as leading the game away from its Auction House roots, will certainly be missed.