Like its console and PC counterparts, Diablo Immortal will feature both single and online co-operative play.
Only a handful of hours after the Opening Ceremony - and two hours after the WoW 'What's Next?' panel at BlizzCon - the price of WoW tokens in North America jumped up a whopping 15.33%, or +17,246 gold. It'll have six playable classes: Monk, Wizard, Barbarian, Necromancer, Demon Hunter, and Crusader (no love for the Witch Doctor, it seems), controlled with virtual joysticks and onscreen ability buttons.
"When it came to looking at making a new Diablo game, and this opportunity to partner with NetEase to make this-the technology is there, where our mobile phones are more powerful than ever, and they're capable of top tier gaming experiences", he said.
If you are a fan of the Diablo series from Blizzard (now Blizzard/Activision) and have been hoping that maybe, some day, a full-featured game would land on iOS devices in the future, that wait is nearly over. Anyone who logs into Battle.net on or before November 18 can claim the game's vanilla version at this site and keep it for free.
To close the show, Blizzard revealed a brand new Diablo action RPG.
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The main selling point of Warcraft III: Reforged is playing the classic strategy game with refreshed graphics and tapping into nostalgia. While other fans were hoping for a Diablo remake instead.
Blizzard has just announced that the next Diablo game will be a mobile game.
Blizzard hasn't revealed whether or not Warcraft 3: Reforged will launch with any new gameplay tweaks or features, but fans can look forward to an overhauled UI, remastered maps, and a new 4K resolution option.
With so many projects in the works, from a Nintendo Switch version of Diablo 3 to a rumoured animated television series by Netflix, it's hard not to get excited at what Blizzard has in store for fans of the series.
Blizzard says the game is "coming soon", although the publisher has yet to confirm a specific release date. The game is set between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3, with Blizzard saying it has twenty years of lore around the golden age of Westmarch to explore.
If you count yourself among the previously-mentioned fans who have been holding out for word about Warcraft 4, you're still out of luck.