The reaction to the news was less than impressive, with fans of the series all around the world noting their disapproval on social media.
This is a vague statement and one that doesn't in any way suggest that Blizzard is moving away from its core games.
"It's likely, very possible that future titles across the spectrum will have cross-play", said Diablo's Allen Adham. "We're really thinking about approaching it in many different ways".
We have great news if you are a fan of Blizzard because the company just announced Diablo Immortal, which will be coming to both iOS and Android.
This is just one of the signals that the mobile game's reveal hasn't worked as someone at Blizzard might have hoped. And it always will be.More news: Lion Air plane had same fault on four previous flights
Diablo Immortal plays in landscape mode and handles movement with a virtual joystick on the left, and abilities with virtual buttons on the right.
There have been quite a few mobile games that have been successful this year, including Fortnite.
"First off we want to mention that we definitely hear our community", a spokesperson said. Blizzcon may have wrapped up Saturday night, but fans are still upset over the announcement of Diablo: Immortal.
Things got a little heated over in the Diablo camp over the weekend. Other new information we have is that there will be some new realms and abilities in the game. However, a new report suggests that Blizzard had, at one point, meant to close with word on Diablo 4. Then someone else came along and said it was a shit invention, this someone stating to be much happier running to the source of water like in the olden days, when you couldn't get it in the comfort of your own home. The fact that Blizzard chose to end Blizzcon's opening ceremony by debuting a watered-down entry in a beloved franchise, along with their erasure of negative responses, signals to many that, for better or worse, this mobile entry is the top priority of the Diablo franchise.
Diablo Immortal was announced on November 2nd during the inaugural conference of the BlizzCon 2018, the reception by the public was rather lukewarm, mainly due to the disappointment regarding the missed reveal of Diablo IV.