Diablo Immortal will be one hell of blast on iPhone and iPad


So I just have one thing to say to people who are mad that Blizzard, employing a team that wasn't even working on the main Diablo franchise, made a new Diablo game: Grow up. The game will be set between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III and promises to fill in numerous gaps in the series' complex lore. As you know by now this is a "free" mobile game, which will most likely mean in-app purchases. Its gameplay trailer has a similar ratio, with 45K dislikes and 2.1K likes. It has 400 likes and nearly 10,000 dislikes.

If you are a fan of the Diablo series from Blizzard (now Blizzard/Activision) and have been hoping that maybe, some day, a full-featured game would land on iOS devices in the future, that wait is nearly over. Well, either that, or some absolutely top notch trolling.

Blizzard will offer "dynamic events" in special public zones, according to the company, and there will be chances to slash through instanced dungeons. While other fans were hoping for a Diablo remake instead.

The Diablo universe has been an extremely successful franchise across multiple platforms already but until now has yet to make it to mobile devices.

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This surprise announcement of a mobile game has many Diablo fans furious and confused. Here, you can sign up to be pre-registered so you can receive news and updates as the development of the game progresses.

Diablo Immortal will allow players to play six classes familiar to Diablo players: Crusader, Necromancer, Demon Hunter, Barbarian, Wizard, and Monk.

Diablo Immortal is a mobile Massively Multiplayer Online Action RPG (MMOARPG) developed by Blizzard Entertainment in partnership with NetEase, coming exclusively to Android, iPhone and iPad. Associate Community Manager Brandy Camel revealed that some of these projects are "going to take longer than others", hinting that Diablo 4 or, at the very least, the potential of a Diablo 2 remake could eventually materialise in the future. (An iOS version of the game was also announced, though no iOS listing for the game yet exists.) Blizzard did not announce information about the game's pricing structure or release window.