Promising reviews for the preview.
PC Gamer - Blizzard's long-awaited sequel is extroadinarily satisfying to play within minutes.
Gamespot - Diablo IV is quick to differentiate itself from its predecessors in almost every way, while intelligently iterating on new series staples with ideas that put freedom of play at the center.
Engagdet - This feels worryingly good. Don't fail me now, Blizzard.
PlayStation Blog - A more expansive, customizable loot-filled adventure. Journey through the Sanctuary with even greater freedom to play and look how you want.
NME - A hell of a good time. An unexpected delight, 'Diablo 4' is light on new ideas but a much-needed refinement of dungeon crawl design.
Push Square - 20 hours of Diablo 4 on PS5 has us believing in Blizzard's latest trip to Hell.
IGN - RIP to my free time. Diablo 4 feels like a massively plussed-up version of Diablo 2, which is the best-case scenario for it, in my book. Not that it ignores Diablo 3 – there are clear notes taken from the best of that game too – but tonally and artistically, it leans more heavily into the Diablo 2 playbook. Regardless, this is going to be a huge game by any definition.
Eurogamer - I've spent 10 hours with Diablo 4 and I'm sold - it's been worth the wait. Hell it's great!
CNET - Diablo 4 takes bleakness to a new level -- in a good way. Be ready to be disturbed.
Polygon - Diablo 4 is taking itself very seriously. The dark atmosphere of the next main Diablo game is more engrossing than expected.
GameRant - Delightfully Dreadful!
The Sun - A darker take on the devil!