A Diablo MMO was intended for development by Blizzard Entertainment. It was the goal that Team 3 had to "evolve" the setting in such a manner that it would be able to support an MMO Jay Wilson had previously voiced the opinion that the lore as it stood in Diablo II was not diverse enough to support an MMO. It has been postulated that the Auction House and always-online requirement of the PC version of the game were signs of this.
- 2014-11-07, Diablo's Future? Definitely Not An MMO. Kotaku
- 2011-11-29, Diablo III feature: Blizzard's plans to satisfy their fanbase and still deliver a fresh experience. PC Gamer, accessed on 2014-11-11
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