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Blizzard: Diablo Immortal for Android, iOS and PC will launch in June

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After Blizzard announced the mobile action RPG branch of Diablo in 2018, the developer received a lot of criticism. In the summer of 2021, the game was postponed until 2022 to make improvements, today Blizzard announces the release date for Android and iOS in June and also announces the start of a beta version for PC.

Starting June 2 on Android, iOS and PC

The mobile branch of Diablo for Android and iOS will start on June 2, as Activision Blizzard announced at the same time as the quarterly report for the first quarter of 2022 was announced. The action MMO RGP can basically be played for free and interested parties can register at Pre-registration game landing page.

Cross play and cross progression with PC

Diablo Immortal will also offer cross-play functionality between mobile devices and PC, the developer said in today’s announcement. Additionally, players can switch between mobile and PC, and progress is saved across all platforms. On PC, the game offers support for both connected controller and classic keyboard controls.

New characters and new content.

Diablo Immortal sits between the two classic ARPG spin-offs from Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and Diablo III and is designed as a pure online game. In addition to introducing new characters and stories, the developer also wants to constantly offer additional content.

WoW Launches With Mobile Game And Overwatch 2 Beta

World of Warcraft is also set to get a mobile spinoff later this year, while Overwatch 2’s closed beta kicks off tomorrow. A survival game is also in development, which is said to be a completely new development, but details about it are still lacking.

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