Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
IT | By Darin Griffith

Diablo Immortal, A New RPG, Announced For Mobile At BlizzCon 2018

Diablo Immortal, A New RPG, Announced For Mobile At BlizzCon 2018

According to the company, Diablo Immortal is created to provide a "living, breathing, and constantly evolving experience".

Diablo Immortal provides players with access to the following character classes: Wizard, Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Crusader, Monk, and Necromancer. And many are fans are convinced Diablo Immortal is nothing more than NetEase's Endless of God, slightly reworked and reskinned. Diablo Immortal doesn't have a release date yet, but we do know that it will be launched on Android and iOS.

While Blizzard hinted that Diablo news was on the way, the firm did its best to temper expectations surrounding a fourth mainline entry in the run-up to its annual BlizzCon event. Online play will use a modified version of Blizzard's Battle.net interface. Blizzard claims that Diablo Immortal will be not only a true action RPG, but an in-depth online multiplayer experience.

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Blizzcon 2018 kicked off in full force a few hours ago with several announcements that cover many high-profile titles like World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Diablo, Warcraft, and Destiny.

Blizzard has said that the game's netcode will be restructured, bringing it up to the standards of "modern matchmaking". We look at other games, we're super passionate about games, and we play all kinds of games.

Join a worldwide community as you battle side by side to vanquish ancient evils, explore perilous dungeons, and of course, get legendary loot. Blizzard also says the game has an active place in Diablo lore, taking place in the lull of time between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3.

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Kotaku spoke with Blizzard's Allen Adham about the controversy who seemed unsurprised by the growing backlash against the singular announcement of a Diablo-themed game. Each class will also get its own Rare minion that's a 0/3 with stealth for one turn and powerful passive abilities.

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