Blizzard has provided an update on the developing Diablo 4 and confirmed a series of changes following the initial presentation of the game at BlizzCon last year.
Diablo 4 will offer driver support on PC, Blizzard confirmed, with the option to switch between the two without problems. (The game is, of course, the first Devil developed simultaneously for consoles and PCs).
The highly requested option to re-link the main skill of the game to "anything but the left mouse button" to separate the movement from the attack will also be possible. In fact, any skill can be reallocated and make its keys recover, something that will also be possible in a controller.
Other changes include the configuration of the left corner of the user interface on the PC (which will now be optional) and adjustments to the cooperative user interface of the sofa.
The update also brought news about The Cannibals, a family of monsters that you can see in the new trailer below.
There is no information on a release date, we do not expect it soon, but Blizzard has promised more updates like these every quarter to help us.