As Activision Blizzard forges ahead with plans for more mobile games, I see a lot of gripes about it in the comments or on social media, and many of those complaints are outdated and inaccurate.
We live in a wireless world.
Blizzard Watch had a virtual chat with Diablo Immortal's Lead Producer Caleb Arseneaux and Senior System Designer Kris Zierhut on DiabloCon BlizzConline Day 2.
While I was excited to hear about Diablo Immortal getting released in 2021, I was also interested to hear that Blizzard will be working on more mobile games.
So we're likely to get Diablo Immortal this year, and according to the recent Q4 2020 Earnings Call, Blizzard is working on more mobile games.
Mobile games are a touchy subject.
Diablo Immortal is on its way to mobile platforms soon.
It's been a while since a Dr.
Nintendo wants it mobile game developers to cut down on microtransactions so its reputation isn't affected, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Earlier today Kotaku published a lengthy post breaking down everything from Diablo 4 to Pokemon Go for World of Warcraft -- from interviews from 16 Blizzard employees wishing to remain anonymous.