During the BlizzCon 2018 opening ceremony, Blizzard revealed that it is developing a brand-new Diablo game to mobile platforms. If you fall firmly into the Diablo III camp, today is the day to make your move. Blizzard claims that Diablo Immortal will be not only a true action RPG, but an in-depth online multiplayer experience.
Diablo was for much of its life a PC-only franchise.
Diablo Immortal is a brand new Diablo game that takes place between Diablo II and Diablo III. BlizzCon's Diablo Immortal announcement was the last thing most core fans of the franchise wanted. Nintendo typically unviels amiibo figures through its official channels first, but exceptions may have been made for Blizzard. 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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In addition, mobile gaming is massive in Asia and Activision Blizzard is likely trying to appeal to that region.
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. We can kind of consider Diablo Immortal as something like World of Diablo but with all of Diablo 3's classes (minus the Witch Doctor) and played from an isometric viewpoint.
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. There's no Diablo Immortal price yet though given NetEase's expertise in free-to-play games, we won't be surprised to see Diablo Immortal be a free-to-play game with micro-transactions.