Blizzard announces that Diablo Immortal will be launched on June 2, after a number of delays.
The good news is that the new game will not only be released for Android and iOS, but also for Windows.
The version for PC will be a so-called open beta, which means that it will be free for anyone who wants to test the game.
This is what the latest trailer for Diablo Immortal looks like:
If you want to know more about Diablo Immortal, you can surf on to Blizzard’s website.
Many of the largest gaming houses have developed versions of popular mobile gaming series. Blizzard has so far chosen not to do so, and the company’s only mobile game is the popular collectible card game Hearthstone.
Now Blizzard has finally decided that mobiles and tablets are powerful and capable enough to handle the company’s regular games. The company’s trade fair Blizzcon started on Friday and Blizzard started with a launch Diablo Immortala full-featured Diablo game for Android and iOS.
Diablo Immortal takes place between Diablo 2 and 3. The game is a massive multiplayer game so you can constantly encounter and help or get help from other heroes in the battle against the demons that invade the ironically christened world Sanctuary.
Players can choose from six classes: Barbarian, monk, magician, crusader, demon hunter and necromancer. The ultimate goal of the game is to destroy Skarn, a demon prince who was previously Diablo’s right hand man, before he can revive Diablo.