Diablo IV, Blizzard Entertainment’s role-playing fantasy franchise, which drops on June 6. The fourth installment pits Demon Lilith and Angel Inarius against one another after they previously united to create the world of Sanctuary, which is now plagued with demons (sounds like Florida).And while Diablo IV isn’t as overtly queer as Blizzard’s Overwatch franchise, the video game developer continues to lead the industry with diversity and accessibility initiatives, including Diablo IV’s new character and class customizations, and over 50 features, including text assistance, dexterity modifications, and font and cursor resizing.Gottmik arrived in New York City to celebrate the game’s launch with an underworld-inspired tasting menu from chef Taylor Hestor and mixologist Geremy Alexander.
Queerty caught up with the RuPaul’s Drag Race alum in between the cannibal cassoulet and the demon meat shake. (Created by experimental food lab Bompas & Parr and inspired by the Butcher from the original Diablo, one gamer described the vegan shake as a “really messed-up bubble tea you’d give to someone as a nasty prank.”)The world of Diablo is divided into the realms of the High Heavens, the Burning Hells, and the human world of Sanctuary.
What do-gooder queen would end up in the High Heavens?I mean, the nicest queens aren’t in Hell with me, that’s for sure.
The nicest queen I’ve ever met is probably Nina West. Literally, she always invites me to everything. And if I can’t go, she’s like, “I just enjoy you.