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Review

The end of 2018 was remembered as a dark and very unstable period for Blizzard Entertainment shareholders. The reason for this was the seemingly humble and discreet Diablo Immortal, announced at BlizzCon. What happened? Fans have been waiting for Diablo IV. Waiting desperately. Prayed. But he was offered a mobile game. Waves of hatred, ridicule, an...

Diablo Immortal

  • Greg Burn
  • Jul 13, 2021

The end of 2018 was remembered as a dark and very unstable period for Blizzard Entertainment shareholders. The reason for this was the seemingly humble and discreet Diablo Immortal, announced at BlizzCon. What happened? Fans have been waiting for Diablo IV. Waiting desperately. Prayed. But he was offered a mobile game. Waves of hatred, ridicule, and anti-hype caused Blizzard stock to decline, and the developers didn't even mention Diablo Immortal for the next few months.

 

After a while, the first messages appeared. We were told that Immortal was going to be something of a multiplayer RPG slasher. We will be able to team up with friends and kill monsters in the dungeons, collect loot and pump it. Although they removed mana and the ability of new items to change the appearance of characters, this negative news had almost no impact on the already depraved perception of the game.

 

Recently, early reporters tried the beta version of Immortal and found that the controls are convenient, the user interface is decent, although some classes have been redesigned for the worse.

 

And now? Now Diablo IV is officially announced, the fans have calmed down, the negativity has been dispelled. Therefore, Diablo Immortal has every chance of being included in the list of the best mobile games of 2021. At least at the expense of a noisy title, unless the gameplay turns out to be too "lousy".

 
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