It's clear that Blizzard has put a lot of work into making Diablo Immortal, and for a mobile game, it visually looks fantastic.
Well, apparently not. As Blizzard devs took to the stage for a Q&A about Diablo Immortal, they were faced with question after question from mostly disgruntled fans.
Near the end of the opening ceremony for Blizzard's annual BlizzCon convention Friday, the company announced that the next game in the series would debut on a completely new platform: mobile devices. It may not be the Diablo fans were expecting, but could potentially keep fans entertained until Diablo 4's eventual release. Blizzard claims that Diablo Immortal will be not only a true action RPG, but an in-depth online multiplayer experience. And, true enough, the onstage announcement showed off Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Necormancer, Wizard and Monk classes. It looks exactly like Diablo III, except it has touch controls. As of the writing of this article, the game's cinematic launch trailer has 2k likes and 54k dislikes on YouTube. An attendee at the "Diablo: What's Next" panel at BlizzCon 2018 asked about the game's intended audience, with the developers seeming to "want to reach a new audience by going mobile".
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