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After rumors started surfacing that Blizzard had a big Diablo announcement prepped for the annual convention, fans naturally prepared themselves for the next match in the franchise: Diablo 4. But they prepared wrong, and instead watched Diablo Immortal.

Near the end of the opening ceremony for Blizzard’s yearly BlizzCon seminar Friday, the corporation announced that the next game in the show would launch an entirely new stage: mobile devices.

That’s unexpected, to be sure, however Diablo Immortal asserts to be significantly more than just a Watereddown tablet version of the initial trilogy. Blizzard asserts that Diablo Immortal is going to be not just a true activity RPG, but a comprehensive online multiplayer experience.

Specifically, Blizzard said Diablo Immortal would comprise large,’shared outdoor zones’ where players can learn more about the overworld and encounter other players online. If you meet a friend in that overworld, you’ll be able to invite them for an instanced dungeon for a more customary Diablo experience.

Along with Blizzard stresses this is a traditional’fully-fledged’ Diablo experience, detailed with six normal classes, challenging boss battles and gameplay that is deep. And, true enough, the on-stage statement showed off Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Necormancer, both Wizard and Monk classes. Blizzard also claims that the game comes with an energetic place in Diablo lore, occurring at the lull of period passed between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3.

It’s an interesting and ambitious spin on the franchise, but buff reaction has already been emphasized. Right after the statement, the team took questions from the crowd. There were audible boos once the team said they had no plans to create the match to PC. 1 audience member asked whether it had been an’out of season April Fool’s joke.’

It’s not. The team states the game is only coming to iOS and Android for today, and it’s doubling down on the option to hold this match cellphone.

‘Our mobile phones are super powerful super computers,’ Blizzard’s Wyatt Cheng said. ‘We’re walking around with full-fledged gaming devices in our pocket and we want to make a full-fledged game for mobile.’

Diablo Immortal doesn’t need a discharge date. The team says that it will be around’when it’s ready.’


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