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One thing's for sure: Blizzard just got a lot of data about potential interest in a Nintendo Switch port of Diablo 3, thanks to its tweet. 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". The latest example is the company's recent Twitter post that shows a nightlight made in the shape of Diablo's head that is being "SWITCHED" on and off. "I'm coming. I'm coming, Nin-ten-do #blizzard2017". As a big fan of Diablo III, the idea of a portable Diablo game excites me to no end.

"We can assure you we're not that clever", a Blizzard spokesperson reportedly said to Polygon via email. Naturally, followers on social media thought that was supposed to indicate that Diablo was being released to the Switch. Despite being released close to six years ago, the game is still very much an active project for Blizzard.

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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. In 2016, on the eve of Nintendo's Switch reveal (when the console was still known as the "NX"), Blizzard tweeted this. Blizzard bringing Diablo 3 to the Switch doesn't sound terrible, eventhough the console versions of these games have been inferior to the PC release. Blizzard has since stated that they no longer intend to do so, but we at least know that the console is on the studio's mind.