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Blizzard Entertainment brings hell to Sydney to celebrate the highly anticipated Diablo IV

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Sponsored by Blizzard Entertainment
Blizzard Entertainment brings hell to Sydney to celebrate the highly anticipated Diablo IV

Blizzard Entertainment has a real-life gaming activity event to celebrate Diablo IV's release.

Just to make things extra exciting, Blizzard has launched their real-life hellish takeover right in the heart of Sydney with a large-scale hell portal, murals, as Lilith and cultists roam free as they try to lure commuters to the dark side.

Credit: Supplied
Credit: Supplied

There’ll also be a portal at Mary’s Underground in Circular Quay, so Sydneysiders, be sure to check it out before Lilith returns to Hell, as it ends today (June 7).


After over a decade, Diablo is finally back, marking the game's fourth chapter in the world of Sanctuary, placing Lilith, Daughter of Hatred, at its centre.

Yep, that’s right, people, the gaming angels (or demons, I should say) have answered our prayers.

Set decades after Diablo III’s Reaper of Souls expansion; the game will take players through a battle between the high heavens and the depths of hell - as Lilith returns to Sanctuary after eons in exile, going to war with rogue angel, and her former lover, Inarius.


In either player-versus-player, solo-player mode, grouping with friends or forming online gaming parties, Diablo IV is the ultimate action RPG experience and offers endless evil to slaughter, countless abilities to master, nightmarish dungeons to conquer and legendary loot to find and equip.

The new release features five unique and varied classes, each with impactful combat, including:

  • Necromancer
  • Barbarian
  • Druid
  • Sorcerer
  • Rogue

Players will also be able to experiment with an array of powerful equipment, customise their talents and abilities, plot their path through the talent trees to maximise their power and become steadfast in the face of darkness.


Whether it’s creating or tweaking your character’s look, loadout, or playstyle, players can navigate Diablo IV how they see fit.

Giving players a lot of autonomy; once you hit max level, the endgame is sculpted to allow nearly endless possibilities for players to follow their journey of choice.

But aside from this incredible takeover and to celebrate the game’s release on June 6, you can now go and try the Diablo IV Hellfire Burger available at all Mary’s venues: ‎‎Entertainment Quarter, Castle Hill, Circular Quay and Newtown from 6-11 June.

And if that already didn’t entice you, every sixth Diablo IV Hellfire Burger purchase (one per day, per store) is free and comes with a spectacular complimentary Diablo T-shirt.


But get in quick, as this promotion ends on June 11.

So in case all of this excitement has made you work up an appetite, head down to Mary’s Underground, and while you're there, check out its spooky portal today.

To find out more about Diablo IV, or to purchase the game, visit diablo4.blizzard.com/

Featured Image Credit: Supplied

Topics: News, Australia, Gaming

Charisa Bossinakis
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