Diablo Immortal brings Blizzard's dungeon crawler to mobile

Diablo Immortal is the mobile Diablo game nobody asked for

Diablo Immortal is the mobile Diablo game nobody asked for

Diablo on mobile is going to be a unsafe prospect for some of us.

While Diablo Immortal looks like many other mobile action RPGs, it features all of the polish of any Blizzard game, and more importantly, it delves into the untold histories of the Diablo franchise. I played Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon shortly after it was revealed, and it's a lot of fun.

Diablo Immortal is co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment and NetEase, who in addition to having developed some of the most successful mobile games in history, has been a longtime partner of Blizzard in China.

Diablo: Immortal tells the story between Diablo II and Diablo III, filling in details on what unfolded with Tyrael, Malthael, and others.

In their quest to cleanse Sanctuary, players will embark on all manner of thrilling expeditions, including taking part in dynamic events across unique public zones, and hacking and slashing their way through instanced dungeons. Diablo's next game, Diablo Immortal, is all about storytelling and teaming up with friends and strangers, all while saving the world from demons that inexplicably drop legendary helmets and gold.

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He added: "In the past few months our people have faced hard times and it's possible that the next few months will be hard ". Earlier, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the punitive Iranian sanctions would return on Monday, November 5.

The backlash has even manifested in-person at BlizzCon, with one attendee sarcastically asking the Diablo developers if the game's announcement was "an out-of-season April Fool's joke".

Familiar character classes like the Barbarian, Necromancer, Demon Hunter, Wizard, Crusader, and my boy the Monk return for loot-earning heroics. In a blog post two weeks ago, Blizzard all but said as much, telling fans that the highly anticipated Diablo III sequel would not be at this year's convention. No release date has been announced though we expect the game to be available on both Android and iOS.

Thanks to Destructoid, we have a clear image of what the upcoming Treasure Goblin amiibo could possibly look like for Diablo III: Eternal Collection on Nintendo Switch.

The announcement came with some official gameplay and it will be interesting to see how Blizzard adopts the game to a touch-screen format.

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