Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal mobile game

Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal mobile game

Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal mobile game

Diablo Immortal's storyline will take place between Diablo II and Diablo III.

A lot of the fan frustration could be down to the fact that speculation had amped up hopes that a fully-fledged Diablo IIII title could be on the way and announced during BlizzCon.

The game will feature six distinct classes just like that in the Diablo trilogy which are monk, wizard, crusader, demon hunter, necromancer and barbarian. In order to celebrate this announcement, Blizzard has also released two new trailers that you can find below. We can't wait to try out the new content and games that were revealed this year - particularly Overwatch's Ashe, who needs to get here ASAP.

Blizzard also says that they "want more people to join the Blizzard community", and with Diablo Immortal being described as a "social game", players will be able to connect their Battle Net accounts to the game.

"Diablo Immortal takes the series' dark, gothic fantasy world of Sanctuary and inimitable Diablo gameplay, and puts it in your pocket", said J. Allen Brack, president of Blizzard Entertainment in a statement.

Shortly before the Opening Ceremony began, Blizzard announced the news we were all waiting for: the long-rumored Overwatch cereal is officially coming from Kellogg's!

As far as controls go, Blizzard claims that "the transition from mouse-and-keyboard or controller to mobile touchscreen device was created to feel completely natural, intuitive and fun".

Warcraft 3: Reforged is a remaster of the 2002 original and is coming in 2019.

The goal of Classic is to let players experience World of Warcraft as close as possible to as when it was released.

Everything is available to you via touchscreen on your phone so all you'll have to do is click on the different abilities to use them. Blizzcon 2018 attendees are getting an opportunity to try the game out and some work-in-progress gameplay was shown as well. There will be other extras in the future for Warcraft 3, Diablo 3, Starcraft and Starcraft 2.

If you count yourself among the previously-mentioned fans who have been holding out for word about Warcraft 4, you're still out of luck.

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