Activision Blizzard has announced that it will be releasing Diablo Immortal on Android and iOS on June 2, 2022, alongside its Q1 2022 earnings report. Surprisingly, the newest game in the Diablo series will be available for PC too, albeit as an open beta.
The game follows the current “Diablo II: Lord of Destruction”, and will also be available as a free-to-play MMORPG. The game will be online-only and is said to introduce a plethora of new characters and storylines as part of a “living, breathing, and constantly evolving experience”.
How Cross-Play Will Work Between PC And Mobile
Activision Blizzard says that the major differences between PC and mobile game play is the UI and controller functionality. The firm assures that it intends to “replicate the same AAA experience on mobile for PC”.
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The company adds that Diablo Immortal will “preserve major elements of the iconic Diablo control scheme”, and support cross-play and cross-progression. To enjoy this feature, you will first need to create a Battle.net account. You will then be able to seamlessly switch between PC and mobile by simply signing in to your account.
Diablo Immortal will be released for the following Asia-Pacific regions on June 2 for both PC and mobile—Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. It will also be rolled out in Vietnam for PC only at the same time. Users residing in the aforementioned countries can pre-register for the game on their website.
Activision Blizzard has been on a roll lately with various game announcements. Just last month, it had revealed that it is working on a Warcraft mobile game, and promised to share more details in May. It will be the first Warcraft game that’s specially designed for mobile.