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Blizzard to release more mobile games in the future

Blizzard to release more mobile games in the future

Brack said mobile is a "very significant opportunity" for Diablo as it relates to the game's reach and presumably its revenue potential.

The news broke at Blizz-con this weekend, fans were teased with the possibility of a Diablo announcement prior to the event and of course the dedicated fandom salivated at the thought of Diablo 4 being officially announced.

Like Bethesda, Nintendo had essentially nothing to show for that announcement, but the knowledge that bigger games existed at all was apparently enough.

Other interesting information to crop up after BlizzCon include the fact that a teaser for Diablo 4 was reportedly considered, but ultimately pulled from the keynote.

The news that Blizzard is revisiting the classic real-time strategy aspects of the Warcraft franchise years after pivoting to MMO with the wildly successful World of Warcraft was enough to fuel speculation that a fourth installment in the series might be underway.

How do you feel about mobile gaming? Not only that, but Brack said Blizzard has plans to support the game for a while after launch. When Blizzard took to the stage to reveal Diablo: Immortal, a new mobile game, fans went nuts in outrage.

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Diablo Immortal is releasing next year and all we can do is hope it's good enough to meet the highly valued series standards. Maybe Immortal is a ideal indication of what's to come, or maybe it's not at all.

"For our diehard PC fans, we will say though, we still have multiple Diablo teams working on multiple unannounced Diablo projects". Pre-registrations are now open for Diablo Immortal for both iOS and Android users.

The backlash is, to a degree, an anger I understand.

That disappointment doesn't give human beings the right to be toxic to other human beings just for trying to make games, but it does make that feeling of dismissal understandable.

The most discouraging part of the statement for fans who won't be playing the mobile games is where Adham says that "we have many of our best developers now working on new mobile titles".