New Rogue and Sorcerer Class Teaser Trailers Released for Diablo IV

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Blizzard has released two 40-second teaser trailers for the Rogue and Sorcerer class characters in Diablo IV ahead of its official June 6 release. Each provide brief glimpses of in game footage showcasing the abilities for both classes with the Rogue and its “strike from the shadows” tagline, and the Sorcerer’s ability to control the elements. The two new Rogue and Sorcerer class trailers join the previously released cinematic trailer for the Necromancer leaving only the Druid and Barbarian classes without their own promotional videos (besides the 14-second clips on the Diablo IV website) but Blizzard is likely staging releases for these in the coming weeks. All together there will only be five playable classes for Diablo IV.

Rogue Class Description (via Blizzard)

“The Rogue is an adaptable, agile warrior who can specialize in ranged or close quarters combat. She can best any foe with her imbued weapons, perform powerful combo attacks, and can augment her arsenal with deadly poisons and shadow magic to slay demons with impunity.”

Sorcerer Class Description

“The Sorcerer shapes the elements into whatever form is necessary to ensure victory, from hurling bolts of lightning, impaling her foes upon jagged spikes of ice, and raining flaming meteors down from the sky.”

Necromancer Class Description

“Necromancers are cunning summoners that conjure vengeful hordes of the undead. Their Essence flows into three powerful bastions of Bone, Blood, or Shadow to bring low their enemies.”

Early Access and Bricked GPU updates

Blizzard recently confirmed that pre-orders for the Deluxe and Ultimate Editions will gain early access to the game on June 1 (U.S.) and June 2 (Europe/Asia). For those still wondering, there has not been any recent updates regarding the claims about the beta version of the game bricking NVIDIA RTX 30 series GPUs but in reading through the forums, claims have expanded to include several different RTX 20 series cards. Hopefully Blizzard will have resolved any such issues before the game releases in June.

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