Blizzcon 2018: Blizzard reveals Diablo Immortals

Blizzcon 2018: Blizzard reveals Diablo Immortals

Blizzcon 2018: Blizzard reveals Diablo Immortals

People are also mad that Blizzard didn't announce new content for Diablo 3 and didn't announce Diablo 4, the latter of which the company expressly said it wasn't going to reveal.

Right now, the Diablo III subreddit is (appropriately for a game about a denizen of hell), on fire.

Blizzard Entertainment has announced its second mobile game, Diablo: Immortal, for Android and iOS. In time-old internet fashion, they've resorted to a flurry of mocking and angry threads across Twitter and Reddit, as well as smashing that dislike button on YouTube.

That never materialised, but Adham moved to reassure fans that Blizzard was still working on "multiple unannounced Diablo projects", and said that the development of Immortal would not distract from whatever was coming next.

During the Blizzcon 2018 opening ceremony, Blizzard showed off a new cinematic trailer for Warcraft 3: Reforged.

Six iconic and highly-customizable Diablo character classes will be available in Diablo Immortal-Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, and Wizard-each with new powers and abilities, with more playable classes planned for future updates.


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Diablo Immortal does not have a release date. Diablo: Immortal was developed from the ground up as a stand-alone mobile experience.

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. However, it's been over a decade since we've seen a return to the franchise.

Adham, though, feels like he and his team did the best they could.

"These are very exciting times - we now have multiple teams working on different Diablo projects and we can't wait to tell you all about them. when the time is right, the company said".

Q: How do you plan to stay relevant with a mobile game in a heavily PC-dominated market? "And then around the world in many regions, it's their primary gaming device, and so it's always been our aspiration [to bring games to them]".

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