Netease has announced that the Diablo Immortal China release has been delayed just days before launch. Official word on the delay cites issues with the game they want to resolve prior to launch including further optimisation and game-play improvements. There had been comments circulating that the delay was due to complaints about the monetisation model … Read more
Gamers are chucking plenty of cash at the game.
Have you got a mobile? Yes, I do. The good news is that if you have an interest in Blizzard’s Diablo Immortal then you’ll be pleased to hear it’s going to be free to play. When I say free, well, you know, microtransactions will be present.
With ChinaJoy now out of the way, Blizzard is ready to talk more about Diablo Immortal. Like the other teams, the developers are working from home so there’s been a transition period. There’s not too much to say in this update however but testing internal is happening and then feedback will be taken.
Most of the world is still trying to get back to some sort of normality but in China things are moving a little quicker. The ChinaJoy event is currently underway and Blizzard is in attendance. For Diablo folk there’s a focus on Diablo Immortal and there’s some new footage to check out.