Blizzard’s mobile version of Diablo Immortal is coming to PC in June

diablo immortal It will be officially released on June 2, and the latest trailer confirming the release also revealed that it will be coming to PC.

Earlier today (April 25), Blizzard Entertainment The release date for the next free-to-play game in the Diablo franchise has finally been announced. In addition to that, it will also come to PC, offering full cross-game support and cross-process. Although the press release states that Diablo Immortal will be released as a public beta on Windows when it launches in June. “The open beta on PC will include all game features, both cross-game and cross-process, and once finished, all processes will remain,” the release reads.

Blizzard President Mike Ybarra released a statement alongside the release date announcement, saying that “the demons of burning hell are ready to be slain in the widest Diablo game ever released by Blizzard.

“As Blizzard’s first game designed from the ground up for mobile devices, it was important to us to provide an experience worthy of the franchise, so we did a lot of testing, absorbed a lot of feedback, and created a A game we love so much” is happy to share it with our players. We look forward to releasing this epic new entry in the Diablo franchise, and we can’t wait to join everyone at Sanctuary. “

Diablo Immortal was first announced in 2018, taking place between the events of the second and third games. There are six classes to choose from and eight unique areas to explore. The game also features a “robust faction-based PvP system” where players can join “on-going wars, with top players earning the Eternal Crown and becoming the leader of the Immortals.

It is worth noting that Activision Blizzard Still embroiled in numerous controversies at the company, it received another lawsuit in March alleging discrimination and harassment. Although on a more positive note, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that support Raven Software QA workers will be able to vote to unionize.