Blizzard Announces Diablo Immortal for Mobile at BlizzCon

During the Diablo portion of BlizzCon's opening ceremony, the company announced that they were releasing a new mobile game called Diablo Immortal. The game is a mobile MMO Action RPG that will be free to download on iOS and Android devices, and we're guessing like a lot of mobile games, will have microtransactions to fuel the fire as you raid dungeons with other players online. The move immediately stirred up some controversy online as people wanted to see another Diablo title come to console after Diablo III: Eternal Collection was released onto Nintendo Switch today. A lot of people mad that they didn't get Diablo 4. However, considering the success games like Fortnite have had on mobile devices, this was probably a wise move for the company to snag mobile players into the Blizzard net. Enjoy the cinematic trailer and gameplay video below.

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