At the time of writing, the official gameplay trailer, which we've embedded above, is sitting at 45,000 views. On its site, Blizzard says Diablo Immortal will let players explore Sanctuary "in a persistent, always-online adventure anywhere, anytime".
Today, the developer announced its second-ever mobile game (after the collectible card RPG Hearthstone) with Diablo: Immortal.
The transition from mouse-and-keyboard or controller to mobile touchscreen device was created to feel completely natural, intuitive, and fun in Diablo Immortal. Through Westmarch, players will visit 9 different outdoor zones, hunting corrupted fragments of the Worldstone and the demons left in their wake.
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So Blizzcon 2018 is underway, and during the event's opening ceremony, Blizzard revealed what's next for the Diablo franchise. There were even rumors regarding Blizzard working on a Diablo tabletop-esque game for PC.
Diablo Immortal is planned to release "when it's done" exclusively on iOS and Android devices. The NetEase mobile exclusive Diablo Immortal that was announced instead was a surprise on all fronts, a Blizzard game targeting non-typical Diablo fans.
The game takes place in-between Diablo II and Diablo III and attempts to fill in the gaps in regards to Tyrael (everyone's favorite angel).