Blizzard Is Working on Mobile Titles Across Multiple Franchises

Blizzard Is Working on Mobile Titles Across Multiple Franchises

Despite hinting that Diablo 4 wouldn't be at BlizzCon, a lot of fans were outraged when the only mention of the series was Diablo Immortal, which is set between the second and third games. Blizzard has received a ton of push back from fans over the idea of a Diablo mobile game, but if you count yourself among the people who are disappointed, you might want to buckle in. A large part of that is due to the recent Nintendo Switch port for Diablo 3 and the news that there were multiple projects in the works for this series, many were expecting a full Diablo 4 announcement - despite Blizzard being very clear that wasn't happening during this year's BlizzCon.

One source has since suggested to Schreier that Blizzard was not yet ready to reveal the game, as the game has undergone massive changes during four years of development. In fact, Blizzard co-founder Allen Adham said during a post announcement press conference (via Korean YouTube channel 리뷰빌런 하텍) that Diablo Immortal is just the beginning.

Last month, Blizzard said: "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".

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Adham said Blizzard chose to create a mobile version of Diablo (and, I would assume, other games that have yet to be announced) because mobile technology now enables a degree of fidelity that's comparable to PC and console gaming.

"It gives us the opportunity to introduce Diablo to a much broader audience around the world that play games, now many primarily on their phones, and in North America a younger audience, many primarily on their phones", Adham said.

But he also reassured the core gaming crowd that they're not being left behind. "We do continue to have different teams working on multiple unannounced Diablo projects, and we look forward to announcing when the time is right", said the company, in a statement. "The future is bright".

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