'Diablo Immortal' brings Blizzard's action RPG to iOS and Android

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Announcements of a brand-new, smartphone-only Diablo and a remastered WarCraft 3 headlined a news-filled BlizzCon keynote presentation on Friday. The next Diablo game is Diablo Immortal, announced today at BlizzCon, and it's a phone game that Blizzard says is "coming soon". As a matter of fact, Android users can now pre-register via Google Play Store to receive special rewards and be among the first to experience Diablo Immortal.

When rumors started surfacing that Blizzard had a big Diablo announcement prepped for its annual convention, fans naturally prepared themselves for the next game in the franchise: Diablo 4.

The Diablo amiibo will work with Diablo III: Eternal Collection. This will be a full-fledged massively multiplayer online action RPG (MMOARPG) for mobile, and graphically speaking, it will look similar to Diablo III.

From what I saw and played, Diablo Immortal is a fun, quality Diablo game that retains that special something that makes the franchise so special.

Diablo Immortal is a brand new Diablo game that takes place between Diablo II and Diablo III.

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Now, you probably wonder just how social Diablo Immortal will be. You'll be able to drop in and out of groups in the MMO and take part in "dynamic events" across Sanctuary. When you download the game you will have the option to link your battle.net account and bring your friends list to mobile.

There are more details on the game's website as well as the Activision press release, including the six character classes players will choose from; Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer and Wizard.

Diablo certainly seems like it'll be a tough game to translate from PCs and console to mobile devices due to the number of effects that go on in pretty much every area.

Cheng responded to claims that Diablo: Immortal may be a reskin by saying the following: "We've been working with NetEase Games from the beginning as a partnership to create everything in Diablo: immortal".

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