Diablo IV Shows Us All How Hatred Has Returned To The Cathedral


Something new for Diablo IV is out there with a massive mural depicting more of the hatred in the world of Diablo

If you are one of those classical art types of gamers, then you are going to lose your mind over the new stuff we have for Diablo IV. Not in the way of any new gameplay or screenshots to take in for it all, but a look at a new marketing stunt that Blizzard has for us all to help promote the game. A game that is still slated to hit on June 6th for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Thankfully, nothing has changed there for Diablo IV. Nothing seems to have changed either with this latest bit unless there is a massive story truly hidden in a piece of art that very few are going to be able to see in a live setting. Get ready for a little shock, awe, and art. I think…

Yes, this is more of a marketing thing than anything for Diablo IV. At least beyond showing off some talented artists creating a whole new gothic mural with the game's setting and for a real-world cathedral out there. I am not sure what this is going to do for everyone when it comes to the game, but it does have us all talking about Diablo IV right now. That would be the point. Unless you happen to live near and can get access to the cathedral where everything went up. Then you might be able to see the art in a live setting and not just in the videos we have just below. Time to start looking through everything to see how it will build into the larger scheme of things.

Diablo IV — Beta Live Action Film

Hatred has returned, and the battle against her darkness has been immortalized in a gothic mural of epic proportions on the ceiling of Chapelle de Jesuites in Cambrai, France.

Diablo IV is available June 6th, 2023.

Diablo IV — Cathedral Of Diablo [BTS]

Take a look behind the curtain of the Cathedral of Diablo and witness how a masterpiece of evil was brought to life by famed artist Adam Miller and his team.

Do you see this all as more than a PR stunt for Diablo IV or will this be something we all get to see in a live setting somehow? Do you think there are true parts of the story mixed into all of this or is that just a way to link the visuals back to the game? Are you curious what the end goal of all of this is or is it all to truly get us talking about the game when there is nothing new to show off for the gameplay? Take to the comments and then let us all know your thoughts on all of it. We hope there will be more gameplay for Diablo IV soon, and when that drops, we will add it to the site for you. Please keep checking back in for all of those updates and many more.