Is Blizzard bringing Diablo to the Nintendo Switch?

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In a late night post, the studio tweeted out a gif of a Diablo themed night light being "switched" on and off. The short video titled, "Sweet Dreams", showed a Diablo night light flickering on and off.

Blizzard have taken to Twitter to tease their entire audience on Diablo 3 coming to the Nintendo Switch.

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The tweet spawned plenty of online discussion but before getting too excited, you should hear Blizzard's response. "[It was] meant to be a fun community engagement piece". A Blizzard representative later told Polygon: "We can assure you we're not that clever..." If the game came to the Switch, we'd start back over. "We have nothing to announce".

That's certainly disappointing, because if there is a franchise that is a flawless fit for the Switch, it's Diablo. According to the source, Blizzard is "looking to implement local plays with multiple Switches, allowing you to team up for local co-op action as you run around Sanctuary to stop Diablo".

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Blizzard is in such a position to pull this off since fans would be more than willing to buy Diablo 3 again, probably for a second or third time.

Blizzard has name-dropped the Switch - or at least Nintendo - in the past. Blizzard's port of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the console toned down a lot of its bloody content.

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Rumors about a Switch version of the game surfaced last week following a tweet from videogame journalist Marcus Sellars, which stated that a Switch port is in development at Blizzard.