Blizzard has been hinting at a potential Nintendo Switch port of Diablo 3 for months now, but it appears Forbes may have let the cat out of the bag a bit too early this week with a report confirming the game's existence. The classic title will be coming to the Nintendo Switch as Diablo III Eternal Collection.
Diablo III on Switch will include both local and online co-op modes that leverage the system's main dual strength as an on-the-go handheld and dedicated home console.
The Switch version will include four-player local-multiplayer support, and it doesn't care if players share one console or connect via local-wireless features. Online play will reportedly be supported, running off of Nintendo's upcoming online service, with support for cloud saves.
Forbes posted, and removed, an article containing a report on Diablo 3 - Eternal Collection coming to Switch. The Switch version launches later this year and will reportedly cost $60.
And while Diablo 3: Eternal Collection seems like a sure-thing after this leak, it's still best to take this information with a grain of salt until Blizzard or Nintendo make an official announcement. However, there will be Switch exclusive content including some The Legend of Zelda cosmetic armour that looks like Ganondorf. Presumably one of those projects is Diablo 4, and the rest are ports and remakes of older games in the series, or maybe even original spinoff games.