If you were eagerly waiting to get your hands on Diablo Immortal this year, then we have a piece of sad news for you. Blizzard has once again delayed the launch of Diablo Immortal. Now the hack and slash RPG game will not be arriving this year as communicated by the developers before but will launch sometime in 2022.
Diablo Immortal is developed jointly by NetEase and Blizzard. It was announced way back in 2018 and was expected to launch within a year, but which never happened. The fans of the franchise heavily criticized the game, and it disappeared for a couple of years.
Finally, at the start of 2021, Blizzard brought the game back to life when they launched an Alpha Version of Diablo Immortal, allowing selected players from Australia to jump into the action and test the game.
During this time around, Blizzard also announced that they would be launching Diablo Immortal globally in the latter part of the year.
Diablo Immortal delayed to 2022
Blizzard Entertainment, the publisher of Diablo Immortal, via a blog post on their official website, stated that they are pushing the launch of Diablo Immortal to 2022. They said that they are working on many new features and launching another Closed Alpha test looking to collect more community feedback. Therefore, they are pushing the game’s global launch to allow them time to make substantial improvements to Diablo Immortal.
Diablo Immortal to get controller support
Another highlight in the blog post was that the developers would be adding controller support to Diablo Immortal. However, the feature is still in development, and the devs have said that they will share more details on the features as the upcoming beta approaches.
When will Diablo Immortal release?
Blizzard Entertainment has stated that they are now planning to launch Diablo Immortal in the first half of 2022.
Diablo Immortal is available for Pre-Registration on Google play. Make sure pre-register for the game to get a chance to get your hands on the upcoming beta.
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