Following a news that Diablo III is entrance to a Nintendo Switch this fall, GameInformer published an talk with Blizzard and asked a one doubt on everyone’s mind. No, not a Diablo III Switch recover date (the accurate day is still a mystery). Instead, they asked that Blizzard impression belongs in a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster.

The answer, from Blizzard comparison writer Pete Stilwell won’t accurately come as a surprise.

“Personally, yeah, I’d adore to have Diablo,” he said. “That to me is a evident one. Then if we had over time, eventually a heroes, go by all of them…or we could go unequivocally overwhelming and usually have Deckard Cain.”

Putting Diablo, a pretension impression from one of Blizzard’s biggest franchises, into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate creates a lot of sense. He’s a unequivocally renouned character, and would also do a good pursuit of compelling Diablo III when it launches for Switch after this year. However, when it comes to a specific moveset, Blizzard seems some-more meddlesome in Cain’s “abilities” as a Smash fighter.

“He could usually strike them with a shaft or put them to sleep,” pronounced PR manager Joshua Wittge.

“Or he puts them to nap and usually solemnly drags them to a corner and drops them off,” Stilwell continued. “Like unequivocally sinister Deckard Cain.”

Of course, Diablo isn’t a usually authorization Blizzard owns. Why not supplement Sarah Kerrigan (Queen of a Zerg from Starcraft) or one of a many intensely renouned heroes from Overwatch? (If Nintendo put Reinhardt in Smash Bros. Ultimate we would be so happy).

On a flip side, Blizzard also discussed how they could incorporate Nintendo’s classical characters into a Diablo series. In a arriving Switch pier we can play as Ganon, though that’s unequivocally usually a skin for a pre-existing character. The association suggested that adding Bowser or “Pig Ganon” as cave bosses would be a fun, observant that there’s a vast fast of “classic Nintendo villains” to select from.

Of course, this is usually fun speculation, even if it’s entrance from tangible Blizzard employees. But with Nintendo and Blizzard operative together again for a initial time in 15 years, it unequivocally does seem like anything is possible. Even Diablo in Super Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches Dec 7. Diablo III hits a Nintendo Switch someday this fall.