Blizzard has created a unique limited-time art installation called the Cathedral of Diablo, which is housed in an old church in Cambrai, France. The art installation showcases the incredible artwork of the upcoming action RPG game Diablo 4, and features 20 paintings covering 2,400 square feet of canvas, depicting the angels, demons, humans, and nephalem of Diablo history in amazing detail. This art exhibit is free to the public and will be open from now until June 11.
The old church, called the Chapelle des Jesuites, was officially deconsecrated and secularized in 1958 and has served as a museum dedicated to religious art. Given the religious themes of Diablo 4, the church made the perfect venue for this art installation.
The art installation was first seen in the live action Diablo 4 beta trailer, which showcased some of the amazing art found within the exhibit. While not everyone may be able to visit the Cathedral of Diablo in person, there is still a chance to experience the world of Sanctuary through the upcoming Server Slam stress test from May 12-14. Players can earn the Cry of Ashava mount trophy by defeating the eponymous world boss with a level 20 character during the event.
Diablo 4 is set to release on June 6, with early access starting on June 2. The game takes place in the world of Sanctuary and features the ancient enmity between the demon Lilith and the angel Inarius. Players will experience one of the darkest periods in Diablo history as they fight their way through hordes of demons, angels, and other creatures.
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