Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Technology | By Nina Perez

Diablo: Immortal Reveal Met with Negative Response by Fans, Blizzard Responds

Diablo: Immortal Reveal Met with Negative Response by Fans, Blizzard Responds

Despite all of these warning signs, fans are still disappointed to learn that the first new entry is a pocket-sized spin-off called Diablo Immortal for mobile platforms. Storywise, it's pretty decent and players who have played Diablo II before, will be pretty familiar to the story as it's a sequel to the second game.

Blizzard announced a new action-role playing Diablo game is coming to iOS and Android devices, titled Diablo: Immortal. 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. Yes, I know, Diablo just came out on the Switch, but not everyone wants to spend $300 on a console with extremely limited storage space (seriously, Diablo 3 takes up half the game's hard drive).

Don't worry: Diablo 4 is still coming.

BlizzCon is here and it's time for some fantastic announcements from the team over at Blizzard, including their incredible Diablo franchise!

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Diablo Immortal provides players with access to the following character classes: Wizard, Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Crusader, Monk, and Necromancer.

Cheng explained the intent behind bringing Blizzard's next installment to the iconic series to mobile.

Following announcements for Overwatch, Warcraft, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, and Starcraft, it was finally Diablo's turn to excite the crowd.

Q: Will we see a lot of microtransactions or will it be single pay? There is no official launch date set by 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. Now, similar to Skyrim, Blizzard is giving Switch owners the chance to play Diablo III at home or on the go. "We still have multiple Diablo teams working on multiple unannounced Diablo projects". The much awaited recreation of the massively multiplayer online role-playing gaming (MMORPG) is out in Summer 2019. You don't need me to tell you people on the Internet are disproportionately upset about giant video game franchises; that's every day.

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