Blizzard Entertainment has announced it will release a crossword game called Diablo Swing Orchestra, which is being developed by the Korean-based Orchestra Section Crossword Orchestra (OSCO).
The game is scheduled to release on Steam on March 11.
The crossword was first released in Japan in 2018, and Blizzard has been working with the OSCO for several years to create a crosswalk game.
“We’ve been working for several decades on crosswalk games and the latest ones we’re developing with the OSCO is the next step in that evolution,” OSCO CEO Hyejin Kim said.
“The crosswalk is a unique experience and a unique way to connect fans to a cross walker.”
“We are really excited to be able to share the Diablo Swing orchestra with all of our fans, so that they can connect with the game in a new way and also be able play the crosswalk for free,” Kim said in a statement.
“We want to give our fans the chance to experience a game that is both fun and engaging.”
The crosswalk will have a player interface similar to the one that players find in Blizzard games like Diablo and World of Warcraft.
The player will be able select a question from the “Choose a question” menu, and then be presented with a puzzle in which the player can move around and explore the various elements.
The puzzle will also feature a new character and a different music score.
The game will feature crosswalk elements, such as a “dungeon” and “tunnel,” as well as other visual elements that will be accessible by fans through the OSOCO website.
“In our research, we discovered that crosswalk players prefer to use their mobile device to explore the game and the crossroads, which can lead to the creation of a game with multiple levels,” Kim added.
“If we have players like that in our team, we are sure that we will be successful.”
Blizzard has already created crosswalk puzzles with other games, including Warcraft III, Diablo, and World Of Warcraft.
Kim said the OSCo has been making crosswalk crosswalks since 2013, and it is the first crosswalk puzzle Blizzard has released in North America.
The OSCO plans to release the crosswalk in North Korea in the second quarter of 2019.
Blizzard is planning to release a beta for Diablo Swing in March 2019.
The Diablo Swing puzzle will be available on PC and Mac computers, as well, for free, according to Kim.
“When we launch the crossgame, it will be on PC, Mac, Linux and Xbox One, with Android and iOS coming later,” Kim wrote in a blog post.
“Crosswalk games are also very popular in China, so we will do our best to keep the crossplay alive there.”
The Diablo swing orchestra will be in the midst of its first year of operations, and Kim said that the orchestra is looking forward to making its first official appearance in the North American market.
“This is our chance to make a cross-platform crosswalk,” Kim stated.
“Our goal is to have it in the market in 2019.”