Update on September 13th at 4:50pm: Diablo III: Eternal Collection was revealed last month, and now Nintendo’s gone and shared a few more details ahead of tonight’s Nintendo Direct.


The game launches on Nintendo Switch on November 2 according to a tweet from Nintendo. The game’s eShop page has opened up pre-orders. Diablo III: Eternal Collection will retail for £50 and will require about 14.3 GB of storage space.

You can pre-order the game on the eShop here.

Original story continues below. . . It’s really happening—Blizzard is definitely bringing Diablo III to Nintendo Switch. We’ve been privy to many leaks and odd teasers from Blizzard themselves, but now it’s official. Blizzard shared the news today, complete with a new teaser trailer.

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Diablo III arrives on Switch in the guise of Diablo III: Eternal Collection, a bundle which will include the Reaper of Souls and Rise of the Necromancer add-on packs. It will look quite familiar to folks who’ve played the game on other platforms. It’s pure Diablo III dungeon-crawling and looting in all of its glory, although there will be a few Nintendo-specific touches as well. The Switch version includes special Legend of Zelda items, including a Triforce portrait frame, a Cucco companion pet, cosmetic wings, and a transmogrification set that lets you don Ganondorf’s armor. The game will also support local multiplayer for four players, either on a shared screen or across four Nintendo Switch consoles. Alternatively, join up with friends, new and old, in online multiplayer.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection arrives later this year. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more about an official date and pre-orders.