There Are Plans to Bring All Blizzard Franchises Mobile

Diablo II

"Diablo was supposed to be Blizzard's first shot on goal into the big global mobile game market", Jefferies analyst Timothy O'Shea wrote noting the criticism from Blizzard's PC fanbase.

Many other financial groups echo this sentiment and have even predicted how much money Diablo Immortal will make. And, with this move from Blizzard, a lot of fans were upset and angry. It doesn't matter how good the game is, it could be the next Game of the Year or whatever but if it's controlled by a touch-screen I have no interest in it, I'd like to think most Diablo players feel the same. The studio even used similar phrasing as Blizzard's mobile game announcement, touting Blades as a full Elder Scrolls experience and talking about how far phone technology has come. Despite that reception, it doesn't sound as if Blizzard is ready to step back from mobile game develop.

Despite Immortal featuring a narrative that many have been asking for, with it set to bridge the large gap between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3, long-time fans of the franchise weren't pleased with the mobile-exclusivity.

After the overwhelmingly negative response from Blizzard's fan base about the announcement of the company's Diablo Immortal mobile game, CEO Allen Adham has confirmed that there are more mobile titles in the works. Instead of re-angering fans in the future, Blizzard is just letting fans get all of their anger out now and warning them that there's more they won't like in the future.

Adham went onto say that Blizzard has "more new products in development today" than it's ever had in its history, so hopefully that means that there's plenty of room for traditional PC games on the company's development schedule.

The new statement was made in response to news outlet Kotaku reporting that the fourth entry in the dungeon crawling series was originally scheduled to make its presence known at BlizzCon 2018, which took place in Anaheim over the past weekend. It's no surprise Blizzard finally going into the fray with mobile given the success of games like PUBG and Fortnite on mobile and of course their on Hearthstone. The list includes World of Warcraft, Starcraft and other popular games.



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