Diablo Immortal is coming to PC and mobile devices this June for free

Diablo Immortal

The controversial game of the Diablo saga designed for mobiles will finally be released very soon.

After the big announcement of the new World of Warcraft expansion and the return of Wrath of the Lich King, Blizzard comes with another big announcement. Diablo Immortal, the AAA experience of the classic RPG saga designed for mobile devices, will arrive in June.

Diablo Immortal is an MMOARPG that promises a genuine AAA mobile experience. However, as is common with many recent mobile titles, it will also have a PC version. This PC version will be downloadable through Battle.net. Despite this, Blizzard has not wanted to separate its fans.

The game will have crossplay right out of the box. So players will be able to play with friends from other platforms no matter where they play from.  In addition, it will have cross-progression, so you can start your game on PC, and then continue it from your mobile.

A controversial game from the saga that already gathered a good amount of fans

Diablo Immortal

This new title, developed by Blizzard in conjunction with NetEase, has raised a lot of controversy among fans of the genre. This is due to the fact that while waiting for Diablo 4, no fan expected a mobile version of their favorite saga. In addition, the effort put into launching this mobile version, and not the long awaited Diablo 4, has been noticed.

Even so, the hype of many players has surpassed any kind of controversy. This can be seen directly in the more than 30 million pre-registrations on the game’s official website.  Therefore, for this great support, Blizzard has sought to reward the fans.

All players who pre-register and complete the tutorial in the first 30 days will receive a reward. This reward is a Horadrim cosmetic set for their in-game characters. Diablo Immortal will arrive on Android, iOS devices, and PC on June 2.

Watch the game announcement trailer down below.

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