Activision Blizzard's investor call for the fourth quarter of 2020 was chock-full of interesting info, such as the expected fact that Diablo 4 won't be released in 2021, and the disappointing news that the same is true of Overwatch 2.
Mobile games are a touchy subject.
“We said that we weren’t going to do it.” J. Allen Brack on WoW Classic, why Blizzard won’t be leaving PC, and more
It's no secret that Blizzard has had a rough past couple of years.
It's been a while since a Dr.
Despite them -- ahem -- "muted" reactions to Diablo Immortal, Blizzard expanding more into the mobile market is, undoubtedly, a smart business decision.
Diablo Immortal isn't a copy or a re-release of a 2017 mobile ARPG as many of the game's detractors have theorized.
Imagine a Diablo game set in a persistent world, with a capital city and actual dungeons for parties of adventurers to explore.
Blizzard has made its bones in the RTS genre.
In an interview last week, Blizzard's execs talked about the company's possible future in mobile games — and though they say any plans are a long way off, why not start speculating now?