Diablo Immortal: Everything to Know about Blizzard’s Mobile RPG

Diablo Immortal

Diablo is the world’s premier action role-playing game (RPG) sequence. Apparently, it is a game that is successfully spawned many an imitator. However, only a few different games have managed to come back near the original’s addictive, gear-gathering, dungeon-crawling grind.

Now Blizzard is making a big move that’s a bit unexpected. It is setting its sights on smartphones with Diablo Immortal, a mobile version of the demon-slaying franchise.

But there’s a problem. The move from PC to console to smartphone has been a rather controversial one. And due to this, the game already seems to be dividing the sequence’ hardcore fanbase. We’re unsure where we stand yet. But we do assume that Diablo Immortal could be a real antidote to quite a lot of the horrible Diablo clones that plague mobile game stores.

Surprisingly, Blizzard has remained largely quiet about Diablo Immortal since its controversial reveal. Updates have been skinny on the ground so far and the game seems to be sitting in the shadow of the upcoming Diablo 4. However we’re still excited to see Diablo hit cellular gadgets, so this is everything that you must know about Diablo Immortal.

[Update: A new gameplay trailer for Diablo Immortal has appeared during the ChinaJoy gaming convention. Scroll down to watch it for yourself!]

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Cut to the chase – Diablo on phones

  • What’s it? A cellular, touchscreen-controlled tackle the basic Diablo ARPG components.
  • When can I play it? TBC
  • What can I play it on? Android and iOS devices are the platforms announced up to now

Diablo Immortal release date

Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal doesn’t have an official release date yet past a “coming soon” placeholder.

It isn’t impossible that we could see Diablo Immortal release this year, as the game appears to be pretty far alongside in development, but the truth that the game is nearly to hit its inner testing milestone does suggest that we might have slightly longer to attend. We’ll have to attend for news from Blizzard on an official release date.

One interesting rumor that will shift the date potentially is the suggestion {that a} Diablo 2 remake is within the works. The so-called Diablo 2: Resurrected is apparently in development at Vicarious Visions to mark the 20th anniversary of the game and could be used as cease hole to tide followers over waiting for the releases of Diablo Immortal and Diablo 4.