The studio is testing the first appearance of the series on mobile phones.
Gaming giant Blizzard will try its upcoming mobile game Diablo Immortal Limited testing will be conducted in the near future.
In the video on Twitter, The game’s chief designer Wyatt Cheng said that the technical Alpha version of “Diablo Immortal” will be “briefly” available to a small group of players mainly in Australia to help Blizzard test the game. Specifically, the company hopes to focus on the early upgrade experience of Diablo and some of its in-game systems.
This is the basis for conventional technology, including server stability and how the game runs on the phone.
Users will have access to four of the six classes of Diablo Immortal, namely Barbarian, Monk, Demon Hunter and Wizard.
“We are seeking feedback from Alpha testers to ensure that we can provide the kind of inner fighting, epic loot and amazing instant game experience that Diablo expects,” Cheng said.
The chief designer then added that the team is working hard to study the story of the game, which takes place between “Diablo 2” and “Diablo 3”, and promised to lead players into some “new familiar places.”
“Diablo: Immortality” was announced at BlizzCon 2018 and received quite a negative response from fans. At the time, Cheng said that he understood the frustration of the Diablo community.
He said: “We talked about the large number of PC gamers in the Diablo community earlier today. They came to Blizzard through the PC. They like the PC platform, and we like it.”
“I think if you are here at BlizzCon looking forward and hoping to release a PC, and you don’t play mobile games at all, then you will be’Oh, that’s not what I want, it’s not going to help me in any way,” I think people are It is okay to doubt this. “
In any case, Blizzard was caught off guard by this negative reaction. The name of the game is being jointly developed with Chinese game company Netease, which is Blizzard’s local distribution partner in the region.
At BlizzCon 2019, the company revealed the franchise’s new PC Diablo 4 (Diablo 4), which may please some people who are angry about the game’s entry into the mobile market.