Blizzard Planning to Bring More IPs to Mobile Devices

Blizzard Planning to Bring More IPs to Mobile Devices

Blizzard Planning to Bring More IPs to Mobile Devices

However, Cheng, too, fell short of invoking the magic words "Diablo 4". Those sources also said that Diablo 4 is now in development, although the team isn't "ready to commit to an announcement" as the game has gone through many big changes over the last four years.

Blizzard has responded to the backlash.

Blizzard has not yet announced if Diablo Immortal will be a free or a paid title, though Blizzard developing the title with free-to-play veteran NetEase might offer a clue.

Diablo Immortal is already preparing its launch on Android smartphones, and it does so following a marketing strategy to boost the expectation - opening the pre-registration program on Google Play for everyone interested in downloading this game when it comes out. This has led to fans noticing that Diablo: Immortal may simply be a reskin of a previous NetEase mobile game, Crusader of Light. "We take a very global view of our online games business, and Blizzard's Diablo franchise truly embodies the sort of worldwide appeal that we strive for". We want them to know this isn't instead of other things we're doing, and in fact we're doing a lot, and this is additive.

Some gamers had hoped the company would announce a Diablo sequel for personal computers. Nevertheless, even if the devs are planning a new Diablo 4, was Blizzcon the right place to announce Diablo Immortal? Warcraft III: Reforged does not have a conclusive release date yet but Blizzard said it might come out sometime next year.

Blizzard went out and told Kotaku the truth. Indeed, Blizzard teased some Diablo-related news in a blog post a couple of weeks before the convention.

Regardless of how you feel about Diablo Immortal, sometimes you just have to appreciate a good dunk when you see one. Sources have confirmed that the video is real, but it seems like it was never planned for it to be shown during BlizzCon. It's a big initiative for us across Blizzard, and you can expect to see more mobile titles from us spanning all of our IPs at some point in the future.

But, looking at the bright side, the video published by Blizzard some time ago claims new discoveries until the end of the year.

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