Diablo Immortal is a hack and slash game developed specifically for mobile, but in a move that surprised the community, Blizzard announced the PC version of the much-anticipated game. The game will be released on June 2, officially on Android and iOS platforms, and Open Beta on PC.
Included with the launch date is the recommended configuration of Diablo Immortal. However, Blizzard said in advance that the minimum configuration may change from time to time, due to the constantly updating nature of the software.
Blizzard said the Diablo Immortal experience on PC will be “different from the Diablo PC version” that players are still familiar with, but “old PC players” will still have the tools they are used to on the versions. Diablo first. Also according to data provided by Blizzard, 30 million players Diablo Immortal pre-registered across platforms.
Just a small part of the number of people registered to play, Blizzard’s server will be crowded and bustling. Diablo Immortal is developed in the direction of an online game that supports multiplayer, and Blizzard also offers a variety of content commonly found in online games such as clans up to 150 people, 1vs30 arenas, 8vs8 PvP squads, …
The developer promises to continuously update more content for Diablo Immortal, including new areas, new dungeons, and new character classes. All will be free.