Diablo: Immortal tells the story between Diablo II and Diablo III, filling in details on what unfolded with Tyrael, Malthael, and others. It looks exactly like Diablo III, except it has touch controls.
The Diablo Immortal announcement was met with a mixed response that Blizzard likely expected.
Players will be able to choose from six classes (Barbarian, Monk, Wizard, Crusader, Demon Hunter, and Necromancer), and each class will have a set of at least 12 skills. Blizzard claims that Diablo Immortal will be not only a true action RPG, but an in-depth online multiplayer experience.
If you want to be among the first to play Diablo Immortal, you can "pre-register" on the official site. Visit vast social hubs like Westmarch and conduct business with local merchants before setting off on your next adventure.More news: Nick Mullens gets verified on Twitter during breakout performance vs. Raiders
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Dataminers who have obtained early copies of the game have found evidence of a second Diablo III Amiibo, but Blizzard has not commented. Power that Diablo's minions hope to harness to bring about the return of the Lord of Terror. There was no announcement of a Diablo 2 or Diablo remaster.
Arguably, it's the most unique-looking third-party amiibo yet - featuring a red base and a design that does not perfectly match the original creature in the game. While seemingly catered to a mobile interface (as is to be expected), it does appear to have the same style of gameplay we're accustomed to from the franchise.
"Diablo III: Eternal Collection" includes a selection of "The Legend of Zelda" items including Ganondorf Transmog armor, a companion cucco pet, and a Golden Triforce portrait frame.
Blizzard says the game is "coming soon", although the publisher has yet to confirm a specific release date.