In fact, because of the loot boxes included in the game, Diablo Immortal is not available in countries that have harsher gambling laws such as the Netherlands and Belgium. Many players who have already jumped into the game complain about some the “pay-to-win” mechanics, but the general consensus is that this is a good Diablo game.
It’s been a long time since the “don’t you have a smartphone?” moment that marked the official announcement of Diablo Immortal, one of Blizzard’s first mobile games (excluding Hearthstone), and now the latest instalment in the legendary series is finally available on mobile. Diablo Immortal is now accessible for Android and iOS devices via the Google Play Store and App Store, despite the fact that it was supposed to be launched on June 2 as stated by Blizzard back in April. The game is, of course, free to download and play, but it does include a slew of microtransactions.
Unfortunately, PC players will have to wait a bit longer since the open beta hasn’t kicked off in any of the regions. The good news is Diablo Immortal features cross-play and cross progression, which means you can start playing on mobile and bring your progression with you on PC once open beta becomes available this week.