"Diablo" is legendary video game series that was first introduced to the masses in 1996. Some may argue that it's one of the greatest games of all time. Since it's initial release in 1996, Blizzard Entertainment's released two more sequels with "Diablo III" arriving in 2013. Last week, Blizzard Entertainment revealed that there were several new "Diablo" projects in the works and it looks like we know what one of them is. News leaked earlier that "Diablo III" will officially be coming to Nintendo Switch.

According to ResetEra, Forbes published then deleted a news post that said "Diablo III" will be coming to Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch versionw ill be called "Eternal Collection" and is said to include "Reaper Of The Souls" and "Rise Of The Necromancer" expansions, among other types of added content that has been included in the game over the years. The Nintendo Switch version of "Diablo III" will also include special in-game bonuses that will be exclusive to the Nintendo release such as the Legend of Ganondorf cosmetic armor set, Tri-Force portrait frame, Chicken pet and more.

"Diablo III: Eternal Collection" will reportedly support up to four players on the game, either local or online. Players will reportedly also get the chance to play on the same Switch console or on four separate Switch units wirelessly and without internet connection. The Nintendo Switch Online service, which is set to launch in September, will also be able to host players who want to team up online.