Blizzard will Finally End Their Sabbatical

Blizzard is an American video game developer who has been responsible for making amazing games like World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, and Overwatch. They are a subsidiary of the bigger company Activision Blizzard, and while they have developed many insane games, the time it takes them in between each release becomes a bit.. questionable.

Here’s an example, the time taken between World of Warcraft to StarCraft II was 2072 days, and from Overwatch to now, it is 2199 days. However, their longest-running streak of no-released games will come to an end with the release of Diablo Immortal.

Diablo Immortal is the upcoming sensation in mobile gaming; as the game comes from notable developers, the expectations are very high from the game. It’s a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game with ARPG elements, initially designed only for mobile devices.

The game has great potential, and many journalists seem to enjoy it as well. The game seems to have a great storyline compared to some other mobile games; the story takes place between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III.

Jez Corden enjoyed the game as he posted many tweets regarding the game. Jez has been experimenting with the different mechanics, some on even other platforms, and loves the experience. He is the editor at WindowsCentral, and one of the most notable people in the gaming community, so his word further adds to the game’s potential.

Many games from Blizzard have blessed us, and this seems to be one of their best ones, and by no means are we underestimating their other games, but if a mobile game has mechanics and storyline so good that you wish it were on consoles, you have to give the credit where it’s due.

When we see the game coming on multiple platforms, it will definitely awaken some ARPG fans. Until then, let us know what your expectations are from the game, and if you have already played it, share your experience down below!