After a long and seemingly endless wait, the time seems finally ripe for the launch of Diablo Immortal, the spin-off dedicated to one of Blizzard’s most beloved sagas: the publisher has announced that it will not only arrive on smartphones but also on PC.
Recall that the title will tell a story set before Diablo III ( you can buy the Eternal Collection on offer on Amazon ) but after the second chapter and Blizzard has finally announced that the time has come to allow players to use it as soon as possible.
Although the release was initially scheduled for no later than 2021, as we told you in our dedicated preview, in the end, the developers had chosen the path of postponement to create a title that could meet the expectations of fans.
With a surprise announcement, the publisher has therefore revealed when players will be able to hold their smartphone to return to this beloved universe: Diablo Immortal will be available from 2 June.
The announcement came directly from the developers with a themed video on YouTube, where it is also reminded that players can start pre-registering in order to be the first to enter the game.
Below we will present the themed reveal trailer published by the developers on their official channel, in which a new gameplay trailer and further details on what fans can expect were also revealed:
For several days, rumors had emerged that they wanted how the launch date would be announced shortly, and today we can say that they have therefore been officially confirmed.
At this point, the players just have to mark the appointment on the calendar and discover with their own eyes the new adventure developed by NetEase, which we remember will be available not only on all compatible Android and iOS devices but also on PC, with the possibility of also take advantage of cross-play and cross-progression, so you can play wherever you want.
Mobile players will be able to use not only touch controls but will also be able to use a controller, while for the PC version it will also be possible to use a mouse and keyboard.
Soon we will officially find out if Diablo Immortal will be able to ” redeem itself ” in the eyes of the community: we remember that the official announcement was one of the most disastrous moments in the recent history of the publisher, also obtaining an unenviable dislike record.
However, it must be said that the publisher has always been confident in the spin-off: the internal tests of Activision-Blizzard have always proved very positive, also finding consensus among the public during the tests of the closed alpha versions.