Developers Discuss Hate for Diablo Immortal

Developers Discuss Hate for Diablo Immortal

Developers Discuss Hate for Diablo Immortal

While we won't be ready to announce all of our projects, we do intend to share some Diablo-related news with you at the show.

Blizzard has responded to the backlash.

However, while Kotaku was right in saying that the developer had indeed created a video (presented by studio co-founder Allen Adham), it was never meant to be shown at Blizzcon. Fans are angry due to their love for the game, he said, but he added that the Diablo franchise is a very big focus for the company, although fans are finding it hard to understand that.

The problem, as many see it, is that while Blizzard did advise fans in October to temper their expectations for Diablo at BlizzCon, the studio has also been teasing "multiple Diablo projects" for months.

You see, Diablo Immortal is a mobile RPG - a stripped-back version of Diablo 3 (though with an all-new story) created to run on a smartphone. The report notes that Diablo 4 has gone through at least two different iterations under different directors. "So the feel, the UI and everything around this game is built with the philosophy to make the best Diablo experience we can on a mobile platform". The reveal was met with some degree of backlash, as a portion of the fanbase hoped for an announcement of the next core Diablo instead. 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.

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"We know our audience here is passionately PC- and console-focused", Blizzard co-founder Allen Adham said speaking to Kotaku, clearly having not read PCGamesInsider.biz's thoughts on "passion". "We can confirm that Diablo 4 is indeed in development".

If the announcement video was never destined for BlizzCon, it certainly seems to have been in talks beforehand. "We love the way "Diablo" has brought millions of players around the world together to slay demons". The company's online gaming service, Blizzard Battle.net®, is one of the largest online-gaming services in the world, with millions of active players.

Are You Excited for Diablo Immortal?

Over the weekend at BlizzCon, Blizzard announced a brand-new Diablo title for mobile devices, Diablo Immortal. "We are making a full-fledged action-RPG you can play everywhere with everyone", he said.

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