Diablo Immortal will be out next week in several major regions, and there’s a new post regarding the global launch schedule, how to pre-load, setting up cross-progression, and more that’s good to know before your trip into Hell opens on June 2nd.
So when will the servers open? On June 2nd, the servers will open at 10AM. PDT, which translates to 1PM Eastern. Europe will get it at 6PM BST/7PM CEST and the release will be in the wee hours of June 3rd, 2-3AM for Korean and Australian time zones. Other regions, including several regions in Asia, the launch will be on June 22nd.
If you are looking forward to playing on mobile you can open your respective app store on June 2nd and download the game. If you want to play on PC, you can preload the game for the June 2-3 launch already via Battle.net. If you have a Battle.net account then you can also set up cross-progression so that you can have the flexibility to play on both PC and mobile. If you start on mobile, you can play as a guest and then log into your Battle.net account or create a new one and your progress will carry over to PC and you can go back and forth as you want to.
The pre-launch blog goes into the full server list for launch, as well as supported languages for both the game and server list. There’s also controller support available for those who prefer it. While the PC version has some options and adaptations intended to support the intention of the mobile design, controller is also a viable option.
To prepare for your journey into Hell in Diablo Immortal, head over to the pre-launch blog to see more of what you should know before launch.