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Update: There are a few interesting new details about the Diablo Netflix series that have now become known. You can find out everything else in the news update below. Original message: An animated Diablo series for Netflix is ​​said to have been in dry cloth half a year ago. Since then, nothing has been heard on this topic. Blizzard has now patented the TV and series rights for Diablo. The series' writer, Andy Cosby, has once again posted an update via Twitter. This time he didn't have to delete his tweet about the "secret" project.

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UPDATE February 17, 2020
Today there are more details about the Diablo series, the gamespot released, According to the LinkedIn profile for Nick van Dyk, Activision Blizzard Studios co-president, who also produced Skylanders Academy for Netflix, will render the Diablo series in anime style and is currently in pre-production for worldwide distribution through Netflix. Nick van Dyk's profile also mentions that he and his creative partner developed and sold an animated series based on Blizzard's Overwatch franchise. So far it is unclear what exactly he means or who bought it at that time. As soon as there is something new, we will post an update.

UPDATE: Andrew Cosby tweeted againthat he was very excited about his super secret project because it was "so super cool!" He will be able to share details of the "super secret project" with us soon. We already know from the tweet from September 2018 that the project is an animated Diablo series for Netflix. Blizzard's first animated series will soon ™ be a reality!

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Almost half a year ago, he tweeted Andrew Cosbythat an animated Diablo series for Netflix is ​​as good as dry. Cosby is a comic book creator, film producer and screenwriter. Unfortunately for all DIablo fans, he had to delete the tweet quickly – probably because of an NDA contract. Since then, nothing has been more than a possible Diablo series (buy now) known.






Already in September 2018, Andy Cosby tweeted that he was working on an animated series for Diablo. At that time he was not allowed to talk about it for contractual reasons and had to delete the tweet again. & Nbsp;



Already in September 2018, Andy Cosby tweeted that he was working on an animated series for Diablo. At that time he was probably not allowed to talk about it for contractual reasons and had to delete the tweet again.

Source: twitter.com/andycosby




Blizzard has now patented the series and TV rights for the "DIABLO" brand. The link from the reddit postthat points out has already expired. Here is a screenshot of the patent registration,

As Blizzard repeatedly emphasized after the announcement of Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon 2018, they are working on a variety of different Diablo projects. However, fans of an animated Diablo series shouldn't have too much hope. Registration could also be just a common precaution to protect the Diablo IP.

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