Blizzard was expecting some backlash following the announcement of its massively multiplayer Diablo Immortal mobile game, but "not to this degree", according to studio co-founder Allen Adham. As of now, Blizzard has announced six classes - Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer and Wizard.
This negative response is likely fueled by long-standing rumors and expectations around new Diablo games on the way. It's easy to see why a mobile Diablo game developed by third-party studio NetEase isn't quite what fans of the series were hoping for - though asking rude questions during a live panel is nearly certainly a less constructive way to express that disappointment than disliking a video or leaving negative feedback online.
While Blizzard hinted that Diablo news was on the way, the firm did its best to temper expectations surrounding a fourth mainline entry in the run-up to its annual BlizzCon event. However, it's been over a decade since we've seen a return to the franchise.
Diablo's mobile debut was announced at BlizzCon 2018.
So I just have one thing to say to people who are mad that Blizzard, employing a team that wasn't even working on the main Diablo franchise, made a new Diablo game: Grow up.
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Right now, all we know is that Diablo Immortals is coming soon.
As for the (sort of) brand-new collectible figurine, you can pre-order the Diablo III Loot Goblin Amiibo exclusively at GameStop for $15.99.
"There are actually two distinct teams", Adham said. "Younger folks now, many of them, mobile is their primary gaming device". We can kind of consider Diablo Immortal as something like World of Diablo but with all of Diablo 3's classes (minus the Witch Doctor) and played from an isometric viewpoint.
"These are very exciting times - we now have multiple teams working on different Diablo projects and we can't wait to tell you all about them. when the time is right, the company said". Thanks to the Switch's portability, you can play the game wherever you are. This will the the first major content update for Battle for Azeroth, which will see new content including the Battle of Dazar'alor raid, the Battle for Darkshore warfront, and more.