Diablo Immortal is a unique new entry in Blizzard's game lineup.
We now know it's about a month to World of Warcraft's next expansion, Shadowlands, barring any unforeseen complications this time around.
Okay, so in a move that sure surprised me, Blizzard has decided to push back the release date on Shadowlands, and has announced the release date for the pre-patch to be October 13.
Blizzard has announced that the World of Warcraft: Shadowlands expansion will be delayed to later this year, while the pre-patch will arrive October 13th.
We're all wondering when Diablo Immortal is coming out, but it's late 2020 as I write this and we still don't know the game's release date. Back in March of 2019, NetEase, the developer of the mobile ARPG, said that the game was essentially finished and in Blizzard's hands, but we still haven't had a hint of when we might see the game.
Okay, I know what you're going to say.
In case you hadn't heard, Blizzard has announced that Warcraft 3: Reforged will be coming out later than 2019 -- specifically, January 28th of 2020.
Since BlizzCon, everyone has had the same question: when will patch 8.3 be released?
The Warcraft 3: Reforged team may miss their projected release date of "on or before December 31st 2019" but this afternoon's announcement of January 28th 2020 doesn't miss by much.
We partook of a fantastic BlizzCon this year, but now everyone is in the post-Blizzcon drop and boy, does it hurt.