Since the launch of the Diablo Immortal alpha tests, tens of thousands of players have been able to meet in Westmarch. Blizzard’s dream is to experience the spirit of the Diablo franchise for as many players as possible. The scenery, characters, and loot, elements that define the experience with the series, still occupy a unique place in the memory of many of us. All this is to be found in the mobile Diablo Immortal.
The community is key to the game’s development and helps shape and implement the game’s vision. Following social channels, testing with participants worldwide, and feedback from the most active players helped Blizzard begin developing several Diablo Immortal enhancements.
Thanks to feedback from participants in closed alpha-tests, the team is refining the basic elements of the game and those related to later gameplay for developed characters. For example, it refines PvP (player versus player) content such as the Conflict Cycle to make it more accessible and PvE (player versus game) content such as Hell’s Reliquary to make it more immersive.
Blizzard is also working on controller support for those who want to play our game their way. However, as previously reported, these changes and additional opportunities to improve the gameplay will not be implemented in 2021. So, the new release window that the company is targeting is the first half of 2022, which will allow significant improvements to be added to the game as a whole.
How does this relate to players? Diablo Immortal is postponed to the first half of 2022.