The Diablo game series has become over the years one of the most popular role-playing games (role playing game) for PC. Now, the same day that Blizzard launched Diablo III for the Nintendo Switch, it also announced its arrival on Android and iOS smartphones.
Until today, a version of the popular smartphone series had never been released. That's why this is a big source of satisfaction for Diablo fans. The new game, Diablo Immortal, is now open for registration beta for Android.
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A few months ago, Blizzard revealed that it was working on several Diablo related projects. Thus, these revelations eventually left fans with "the flea behind the ear" about the upcoming news, keeping the hope that it would reach the mobile platforms.
This new version of the game has a very interesting chronological position, placing itself between Diablo II and Diablo III. In the initial release phase, it will make available to users 6 character classes (Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer and Wizard).
Diablo Immortal is Blizzard's first RPG to reach Android and iOS
The game dynamics are quite interesting, being quite similar to the ones offered by the PC version. Since you will be able to interact with MMORPG-style groups of players and participate in various dynamic events.
As with your PC version, you'll be able to customize your character with more advanced equipment. In addition to loot received by killing various monsters, you will be able to create items and upgrade your equipment and weapons in the various cities of the game.
Finally, Blizzard has already promised constant upgrades to Diablo Immortal, with the arrival of several new features regarding the quests, new items and historical introductions. So if you want to try the game before its official release, you can subscribe to the stage beta for Android here.
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