A new Diablo game has been announced, developed by NetEase in partnership with Blizzard and it's exclusive to mobile devices.
Enlarge / Diablo Immortal's control scheme on smartphone.
The action RPG is set after Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and before Diablo III.
The Diablo Immortal announcement was met with a mixed response that Blizzard likely expected.
If you're wondering how the gameplay on a touchscreen will be, don't worry.
Unique public zones and instanced dungeons are the gameplay settings for individual players and groups of people online in Diablo Immortal, with the world of Sanctuary opening up to tell new stories.
IGN will have multiple interviews with Blizzard developers throughout the weekend and will update this story with any official comment we receive regarding fan reactions or the similarities to Endless of God. Because it's a mobile game, of course. (Here's a peek at the map.) Classes will have 12 skills or more, with the ability for you to assign any five of them at one time to an "active skill button". Oddly enough, the Witch Doctor from Diablo III seems to have been omitted, though more classes could be added later. No release date has been announced though we expect the game to be available on both Android and iOS. Yes, I know, Diablo just came out on the Switch, but not everyone wants to spend $300 on a console with extremely limited storage space (seriously, Diablo 3 takes up half the game's hard drive). It appears that up to six people can play together at once, which is more than previous Diablo games (up to four).