"Diablo 3" has already been confirmed to be debuting on the PS4, but Blizzard has said at PAX East they will be unveiling a "new project."
According to a report from VG24/7 yesterday, Blizzard has sent out alerts that they will be showing off a game that is "a little something, different from [their] other games."
For those who are thinking it's a sequel or it is another expansion, think again because Blizzard did confirm that this announcement will not include any new "sequels, expansions, or that rumored next-gen MMO."
"Diablo 3" is supposed to be playable at PAX East, but it would be incredibly disappointing if they ended up showing off "Diablo 3" as the project that's coming to this event.
While this could be Jay Wilson's next title, other people believe this could be the unveiling for the rumored game, "Blizzard All-Stars."
PAX East takes place at the end of March in Boston, MA.
The last update for "Blizzard All-Stars" saw "StarCraft 2" production director Chris Sigaty confirm the development of the title and he said they are currently working on the model the "Blizzard All-Stars" will be embracing.
"We’re actively working on it. That I can confirm.
"A lot of the stuff that’s remaining right now that we need to focus on are the systems necessary to pull off a game with a different business model than 'StarCraft 2.'
"'StarCraft 2' is a box.
"We intend to do something different with the business model in 'Blizzard All-Stars,' something more closely resembling the other types of games in that genre, the MOBA-style games that are out there today, and being able to sell smaller amounts of things to players, the things they want," Sigaty said.