In the words of Insider Gaming, "this is still the case, with more than 100 journalists receiving the chance to view the behind-the-scenes show as well having the chance to experience the D2R Items game. The embargo is expected to lift for the event and hands-on experiences will be lifted on December 7.
"During the program, Rod Fergusson invited all of the guests to tune in to The Game Awards as they'll make announcements."
Blizzard announced that Diablo 4 is still getting Set Items, though you'll likely be waiting until post-launch for them to be used in-game.
Game director Joe Shely explains during a recent roundtable interview that the reimagining of sets in a manner which is suitable for Diablo 4 properly wouldn't be possible for launch early next year, but the team is considering including them as part of its live service.
"As we've been creating the game, we felt we could develop sets in a novel style that's similar to what we've experienced within Diablo 3. We needed more time before we could get sets into the game in a way that would be compatible with the rest of Diablo 4, so you won't be seeing sets when you first start in the game," Shely explains. "We consider sets to be very cool cheap d2r items and want to get them right, therefore, we're looking into for the live services we're planning to offer."