As 2021 draws to a close, fans of Blizzard games are left wondering what the next year is going to hold for them.
2021 ends next week, and I feel myself a little stressed out because of all the games coming out early in 2022.
With people traveling everywhere right about now, I am struck by two thoughts.
How do you run Challenge Rifts and Elder Rifts in Diablo Immortal — and more importantly, what are the rewards?
If you're familiar with Rifts in Diablo 3, you'll be right at home in the Challenge Rifts and Elder Rifts in Diablo Immortal.
There are a lot of RPG's and action RPG's out there, and yet, the Diablo franchise has managed to exist for over 20 years now, and the relatively simple formula for the series has not just survived, it's thrived, to the point where it's even seen a phalanx of imitators and spiritual successors like the Torchlight games, the Path of Exile series, Grim Dawn, Wolcen, Darksiders Genesis, Warhammer Chaosbane, and a whole lot more.
Diablo Immortal is expected to land on mobile devices worldwide in the first half of 2022.
Diablo Immortal's free-to-play model includes microtransactions through an in-game cash shop for those who wish to get a leg up in their progress — and for Blizzard to make some money, of course.
After years of gradual development, Diablo Immortal is getting its first run of beta testing: the game began a closed beta on October 28.
With Diablo 2: Resurrected out, and with both Diablo: Immortal and Diablo 4 looming in the future, we thought it might be a good time to do a bit of a round up on the lore of Diablo from our Lore Watch Podcast.
Following extensive feedback from their alpha testing, the developers of Diablo Immortal have decided to delay the game.