Diablo Immortal is finally available on mobile devices, a full day earlier than expected for some regions.
The full launch of Diablo Immortal, which will see the game on iOS and Android devices everywhere and on PC, is still scheduled for tomorrow, June 2, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. If you’re thinking of playing the first-ever Diablo game designed from the ground up for mobile on a phone, head to your app store to see if it’s available.
While waiting for it to be uploaded, check out our latest gameplay below:
“As we prepare to launch Diablo Immortal on June 2 at 10:00 a.m. PDT for iOS, Android, and PC in open beta, select players will see Immortal hit the Apple App Store and Google Play starting the morning of June 1. PDT,” a blog post reads. “This is partly due to the nature of the mobile game rollout to ensure a full and smooth launch of the mobile version of Immortal. To confirm when Immortal will fully launch for your region on all platforms, please refer to the map time below.
The blog post mentions that the game won’t launch in certain Asia-Pacific regions, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand, until June 22. It will be launched the same day in Vietnam but only on PC in open beta. According to Blizzard, these regions will receive dedicated game servers to bring players better connectivity and better ping.
For more information on this rollout, including an overview of Blizzard’s current roadmap for Diablo Immortal, head over to this “Roadmap to Hell”. After that read game informant Diablo Immortal review in progress, then check out this Diablo Immortal segment from New Gameplay Today to see how it performs on both mobile and PC.
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