Diablo Immortal Enters Its Beta Testing Phase For Android Devices


Diablo Immortal Enters Its Beta Testing Phase For Android Devices







Diablo Immortal has announced that it is officially ready to launch its beta test on Android. Blizzard Entertainment, the game developers, announced this mobile action RPG all the way back in 2018. The developers have been taking their sweet time to roll out any bugs and ensure that this game will be a picture of perfection. Finally participants in Canada and Australia will be able to test this game out and give their opinion on how the developers have been doing. In the future, the beta tests will expand to players in South Korea, Japan, and China, but for now, those who are not in the available regions will have to test their patience with pre-register options only. It will be globally released sometime in 2022.

Diablo Immortal Enters Its Beta Testing Phase For Android Devices

Why is this game taking so long to develop? NetEase games and Blizzard are working together to build this detailed and elegant world from the ground up for mobile devices. There will be an incredibly vast world to explore that includes ruined cities and wild jungles. In addition, an all new Necromancer class is being assembled for players to take part in. This class will be very powerful and will be able to rely on the dead for battles.

For those who are unfamiliar with Diablo Immortal, this is a world where angels and demons are in constant conflict for control over the mortal world. Players choose between four characters of Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Monk, and Wizard who they can then customize and use to  increase their rank in the endless battle. For those looking to gain a better understanding of what this world will entail, you can check out the beta test trailer below. 

Upon its release, Diablo Immortal will be one you will definitely want to try out. The multiplayer aspect of this RPG will allow for inter-player mingling that will elicit some very fun and unique gameplay options. It is going to be free to play and will be available on both iOS and Android devices.