Diablo III ignites Blizzard Paris event

[UPDATE] Following years of rumors, Blizzard reveals long-awaited third installment in groundbreaking RPG franchise at Worldwide Invitational event; video from event inside.

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PARIS--Blizzard fans have lined up around the block of the Porte de Versailles Exposition Center in Paris, hoping to become among the first in the world to see the newly announced game from the popular developer/publisher. The 2008 Blizzard Invitational marks the first time that the company has held a fan event in Europe; during the two-day event, fans will be able to participate in tournaments, check out playable versions of two Blizzard works in progress: World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King and Starcraft II, attend sessions dedicated to various Blizzard games, and, most importantly, find out all about the next game the company is working on.

The Blizzard event is taking up Hall 5 of the Porte de Versailles Exposition Center, with two levels of the hall devoted to all things Blizzard. Hundreds of fans poured into the center once the event opened at 9 a.m., looking to get hands on time with Starcraft II and the Lich King expansion. In addition to huge areas devoted entirely to those games, there is also a gaming area devoted to the latest WOW expansion, The Burning Crusade. In addition, there are two stages devoted to competitive tournaments, as well as a Blizzard store, where fans can stock up on all things Blizzard.

Of course, the big news of the day is the announcement of Diablo III, and GameSpot was on the scene at the Expo Center for it. You can see the archive of our live minute-to-minute coverage of the show below.

[UPDATE] Since the initial showing, Blizzard has confirmed that Diablo III is being developed for PC and Mac only "for now," with the aim being for it to run on a broad set of systems rather than just high-end hardware. When asked for a release window, all anyone from Blizzard is willing to say is simply: "When it's ready."

Diablo III has been in development for about four years, and now has a team of 50-55 developers dedicated to it, according to Jay Wilson, the game's lead designer. The game will offer drop-in/drop-out co-op play over Battle.net throughout; though it will be doable as a solo player, gamers will be able to bring friends in at any stage.

Although the game is obviously not yet rated, Blizzard confirmed to GameSpot that it plans to stay true to the series' M-rated roots. The company is aiming for an ESRB M rating, and a PEGI 16+ in Europe. For more of our impressions of the game, including new information from today's Diablo III gameplay-design session, check out the just-posted first-look preview of the game.

Welcome to Paris! The opening ceremony starts in five minutes here, and excitement is building... The stage is backed with a massive picture of Arthas, Diablo, and the Zerg Queen.
Welcome to Paris! The opening ceremony starts in five minutes here, and excitement is building... The stage is backed with a massive picture of Arthas, Diablo, and the Zerg Queen.

[11:42] A smattering of applause as some (presumably) Blizzard devs walked in and took a seat in the front row...

[11:43] Here we go...quite exciting. Screens have come alive with WOW characters and artwork.

[11:46] After a brief intro, the opening ceremony has begun. A host comes out with translator... Welcome to the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational!

[11:48] Managing director of Blizzard has taken the stage to welcome the attendees.

Blizzard's MD thanks the crowd.
Blizzard's MD thanks the crowd.

[11:50] The hosts inadvertently try to kick the MD off the stage...but not before he declares the 2008 Invitational open!

[11:52] More Blizzard introductions include Rob Pardo, Mike Morhaime, and more...rounds of applause for all. You go, VP of Global Human Resources!

[11:54] Eight Starcraft pro gamers are welcomed onstage. First four are from Korea, natch.

[11:55] The other four pro SC players represent Germany, Poland, China, and USA.

[11:57] Warcraft III pro gamers are coming on stage now, representing France (big applause for the home guy), Korea, China, Netherlands, Germany, and Sweden.

[11:59] Teams competing in World of Warcraft Arena tourney are up on stage now.

The first of the WOW arena teams take the stage.
The first of the WOW arena teams take the stage.

[12:01] European WOW Arena competitors now... There's a ton of them.

[12:03] Asian teams now. Sixteen teams in all are taking part in the tourney. Not a one is dressed in costume. Bummer.

[12:05] Blizzard CEO and cofounder Mike Morhaime is taking the stage now.

[12:07] This is the first time the Blizzard Invitational has been held outside of Korea. Morhaime says it's also the biggest European gathering of Blizzard gamers ever.

[12:08] Mike recounts market research that said WOW wouldn't work in Europe. Looks like the analysts were wrong!

[12:09] Burning Crusade sold 2.4 million copies in 24 hours when it came out, says Morhaime. He also talks about Activision/Blizzard merger as a "leveling up" for the company.

[12:11] Showing video of last year's Blizzard Invitational in Seoul now, where they introduced Starcraft II. This is all fun stuff, but can we skip ahead to the new game now?

[12:13] I'm wondering how this year's Invitational stacks up to the 2007 Invitational event in terms of attendance. Last year was packed, but there's a ton of folks here in Paris too.

Mike Morhaime on stage.
Mike Morhaime on stage.

[12:15] Dude with guitar comes on stage...playing that familiar strummed-guitar Diablo theme! Could this be it?!

[12:15] "It is my pleasure to present to you the world premiere of Blizzard's newest game..."

[12:16] Flame on a stick... "It has been said..." Flame reaches candles... "That in the end of all things..." Candles mounted on skulls... "We would find a new beginning."

[12:17] "But as the shadow once again crawls across our world..." Gorgeous castle setting...scorched landscape...another city shown...now a nighttime scene.

[12:17] Teeming hordes of bad-looking dudes...war machines. A sword hurls through the air. And there he is...DIABLO!

[12:18] Diablo III logo appears on screen. There you go, folks, the mystery game revealed!

[12:18] Jay Wilson, lead designer of Diablo III, takes the stage.

[12:18] They're going to show a demo here in a bit.

[12:19] Better RPG, and a better action game. Jay reminds us that this is a work in progress. "Now, who wants to crush some demons?" (Raises hand.)

[12:19] Demo kicks off with a barbarian in an evil-looking dungeon... Demons crawling up the side of a wall to attack him from all sides. He's slicing and dicing.

[12:20] Gorgeous 3D renderings of enemies and characters. Pace seems quick but maybe a tad slower than Diablo II?

[12:21] Jay is introducing the barbarian ("one of several classes you'll be able to play"). New improvements: hot bar where you can use skills. It's where the potion bar used to be. Can quick swap between skills using mouse wheel.

[12:22] Showed a little of the inventory screen. Barbarian takes hold of two axes, one with frost enchant, the other electricity...can freeze and stun enemies. He launches into some creepy snake-looking enemies.

Whirlwhind's back...
Whirlwhind's back...

[12:28] Okay... Wi-Fi gave out. Here's a recap of what we missed: custom loot that looks hot as H-E-*-*, whirlwind skill is in effect for barbarians, environments are interactive (you can use walls to take down enemies), and they just showed the quest giver from Diablo II. Same voice actor, too!

[12:29] More on that armor: treasure chests won't give full sets of armor, but the armor shown is really cool.

[12:30] Barbarian now in a dungeon area, where cultists are summoning nasty, fat demon who blows away the summoners as soon as he appears. Barbarian using ranged and close attacks to take him down, as well as charge attack. Nice, bloody finishing move takes down the fat guy.

[12:30] New class: witch doctor. Control over disease, summon pets, and control minds of enemies.

[12:31] Now that we have the barb and the good witch doctor together, witch doctor casts locust swarm that devours enemies. Swarm consumes bad guys and spreads automatically...good tactic against mobs.

[12:32] First pet is the mongrel...can cast locust swarm on them to give them attack bonus.

[12:32] Witch doctor is reminiscent of necromancer, not in visual design, but in ability to summon pets (like skeletons for necro).

[12:33] Even without pets, witch doctor is capable of dealing with surprises... Horrify skill will cause enemies to run like little scared girls.

The barbarian with a new class: the witch doctor.
The barbarian with a new class: the witch doctor.

[12:34] Mass-confuse spell will turn enemies against each other.

[12:34] You've seen walls of ice and fire...but how about a WALL OF ZOMBIE. The witch doctor rules.

[12:35] Witch doctor and barbarian working together now. There are many things dying onscreen. Now they bring female versions of barbarian and witch doctor. About time the ladies get their chance!

The female character models are introduced.
The female character models are introduced.

[12:36] Demo is almost done...one more fight to see... Quartet runs into area with living trees. Firebombs going off everywhere from the two witch doctors; barbarians are cutting things up like crazy. Could we see a boss?

[12:37] YES. Huge quadruped demon wearing massive spiked gloves over his hands erupts out of a wall.

[12:37] This enemy looks to be about 10 times the size of Diablo from Diablo II. Really new sense of scale in terms of enemies and the action.

[12:38] And he's down with a thundering crash. Crowd erupts with appreciative applause.

The big beastie...
The big beastie...

[12:39] So there you go, an amazing demo of DIII. Any other surprises left?

[12:42] Onstage hosts are doing shout-outs now to folks from various countries. Hrmm, not much of an ending...

[12:44] Ah, the finale. A fire dancer takes the stage, performing to what sounds like the theme to the just-announced Diablo III.

[12:46] More dancers, more fire. Music sounds just like the theme to Diablo II, with more percussion to give it some movement.

Remember, don't try this at home.
Remember, don't try this at home.

[12:52] Okay, there you go, that's the end of the opening ceremonies. No platforms were announced for Diablo III, but we'll be getting as much information as we can on the game for the rest of the weekend. Be sure to stay tuned for more of our Blizzard Invitational coverage all weekend. Au revoir!

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. . . I think I'm gonna go ahead and have a happy-gasm right here and now. Then, I'm gonna play D1 and D2, just to get in the Diablo mindset again. Ah, good times.

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I can't wait for SC2 and D3. I'll be set for years to come once these two games come out. Not to mention, I'm trying my hardest to stay away from WoW after playing that for a couple years. Blizzard is just an amazing company.

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zomg zomg zomg zomg zomg zomg zomg Diablo 3, and it doesnt suck. They kept it like D2. Not stupid old WoW. zomg.

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I'm ecstatic for Diablo 3. I'm even more happy they stayed true to the series. With the success of WoW, I was afraid they would succumb to greed and make Diablo into a MMO. Diablo is the definitive hack-and-slash rpg and while it may look simplistic to the those who haven't played a Diablo game before, it is so fun, you'll pour an ungodly amount of time playing it. If you haven't playing Diablo already, I recommand picking up a Diablo Battle Chest. I know for a fact that Diablo 2 and LoD work with Vista since I started playing my lvl 72 Duel Claw Assassin again.

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Yes, I really DO need another dungeon crawler :D

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This made my year.

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to poster below, wow!

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....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Finally!!!!!

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I disagree nappan. Many of the features in diablo 3 appear innovative at worst. Largely destroyable terrain, Fully 3d environment, and even the scale of randomization shown in the trapped chest area, just to name a few I think are pretty unique. Also, I recently played Oblivion, was fun for about 3 weeks, but it got old fast once you explored the game. Really I can't complete the main quest line because it's so repetative and boring.

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Oh hooray, another iteration of Diablo, and all the imitators who will doubtless follow. The screenshots don't say much, except that the gameplay is the same dungeon crawl with mana/health that has been done to death. Do we REALLY need a Diablo with better graphics when gaming has moved past the random-spawn dungeon crawl phase with games like Oblivion? Seriously, you're going to go back to hack/slash and canned dialogue after exploring a whole world in a game that was old before D3 was announced? Sheesh.

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Awesome :D Me and my brother already plan to go to blizzcon, this is just icing on the cake hehe. gimmysumcowbel: No new games do not work with Vista, only old games. At least to the best of my knowledge. Since we don't know the plot of diablo 3, nobody except blizzard knows if the story will relay on diablo 1 and 2.

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The character isn't deleted unless someone makes a character with the name your 'expired' one was called. Just double click your expired toon and if there isn't a toon named that you 'renew' it. i hope that helps, but D3 nuff said!!!!!

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I'm psyched. D2 was awesome, it gave us the skill tree and so much more. I can't wait to see what D3 brings. Don't disappoint us, Blizzard! I want the best game imaginable... I seriously hope there are like 10 classes and at least a minimal appearance customization in this game to set you apart from other players online. In the age of MMOs, it's pretty much necessary. I'll be disappointed if I look exactly the same as every other person my class.

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I hope they get rid of the whole "3 months of inactivity and your character is deleted" thing.

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Well fans of Diablo now have something to truly look forward 2!!

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ng1234, that is one of the silliest statements I've ever seen XD

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so very psyched for this game. I'm hoping battle.net remains free for D3. D2 + LOD = my best gaming investment ever. I've poured so many hours into playing D2 LOD on battle.net that the game has paid for itself in entertainment hundredfold. Yes vista will play D2 to ppl wondering, I still keep my characters from exp., I tried to do D1 and it won't work for me. Vista always says theres an error after I close D2, but there's no issue running it.

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OMG @ DIABLO III!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ng1234, if you don't want to seem like a fanboy when saying blanket statements like "Nintendo is still the number one best developer", it might help to not have Kirby as your avatar.

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I disagree. Blizzard are overrated. Nintendo is still the number one best devoloper.

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In the words of the space marine from Starcraft 2 for Diablo 3 "It's about time!"

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As blizzard proves once more the power of sticking to the pc. Very very easy to play and enjoyable games. They pride themselves on the fact that most of their games can be played with the mouse alone. I can't blame people who just want to pick up a pad and play but this is totally a title worth upgrading your pc for. Freaking awesome.

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if you mean to catch up with the story...yes you have to play the other two games including the expansion for the second game,but that is optional.

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Pfft... I'd still stay that Mega Man 9 is the best news of the week...

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will Diablo 1 and 2 work on vista? and do i actually need to play them to get what will be going on in 3? gimmysumcowbel@gmail.com

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Now I'm ready to play Diablo 1 & 2, so I can prepared for Diablo 3. It's been a long time since I played these games. I can only assume this game won't be out until next year with StarCraft II and WoW:WotLK coming out before it. At least we'll finally have something to play on the PC. I agree, Diablo should stay on the PC. I'd rather Blizzard make something original for the game consoles. It sucks that they cancelled Starcraft Ghost. That game was looking and playing pretty good when they showed it at the E3.

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-1 sure hope they dont NO CONSOLES! IT'S THE KISS OF DEATH FOR BLIZZARD

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I know that, MoonMarvel. I just want to see if GameSpot is going to CALL them on it. :) I was predicting Diablo 3 a week ago, when the splash-screen started.

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@DannyBoy2k - No it means 2 months ago they werent ready to announce or give hints at announcing the game. They clearly said the didnt have anything to announce at this time. Just because you take no announcement at this time being the same as not working on is all from you not understanding the text

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DannyBoy2k they do that to keep games a secret until they are ready to be atleast screenshot released. This is GREAT! I have waited so long for this. Can't wait another day. Game looks awesome!

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OMFG!! It's being made, finally! D2 + LoD was one of the best packages ever made for gaming. I hope blizz continues their awesome job at making games so that this can even tower over D2. So awesome. :)

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Isn't it interesting that, not two months ago, Blizzard said, and I quote, 'Regarding any plans for a new Diablo game, as much as we'd like to eventually revisit that universe, we don't have any plans to announce at this time.' Now, they didn't do what they've got to show in just two months time...so, basically, that representative was out and out lying?

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Would of liked to have found a better live stream.

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ahh diablo..... many weeks have been spent on all of them. i have a ps3 and my pc sucks. but i still think that this ought to remain a pc game.. unless u can plug the mouse an keyboard into the ps3... no luck fo the 360 though..that thang is last-gen

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i love blizzard

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you got tp be **** me! all these years of clicking, its never gonna stop isnt it? well, i think this marks the return of pc gaming, and more blizzard games that we all clicked our lives away with. AMEN!...

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4 years in development means it should at least be decent. what are fans expectiing that they are not that all excited. will it be UTIII all over again?

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Diablo 3 looks freaking amazing!! This game will rock the house with our speakers turned to high lol.

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Yes, finally! The system does look too similar to WOW, i rememer i play like insane with this game.

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One of the greatest moments in Videogaming History. Hail to the Lord of Terror!

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haha @ 2 years left to wait. so true blizzard announcing a game is funny cuz u get so excited then u realise its going to be 2-3 more years b4 it even comes out . but then i guess well be playing it 5 years+ after its out!

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cant wait for it im so excited right now

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fantastic... great game...

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I AM SO HAPPY! :D Seriously, I've waited for this game to be announced for five years, it's about time they finally announced it.

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I'm crying... *sniff* *sniff* im so @#$$ing happy!!

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@death_masta187, ya those games, as well as like the next 10 games blizzard makes :P

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Well Blizzard has made millions of anticipated gamers happy. I was actually thinking about 3 days ago that D2 and D2:LoD were great games, along with the original, but i always considered getting the third if it came out, and if it maintained the same gameplay styling of the first 3, well 2.5.

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I still cant believe they announced Diablo III , been waiting for too long :| . Now i have 2 more years left to wait :D Still cant believe it !!!! ah....a ..... tear .....love....diablo ....

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