The latest developer Q&A for Diablo Immortal revealed the next major update is coming December 14th, and will feature a new zone, new Helliquary option, face re-customization option, new farming areas, and so much more.
Another round of server merges is on the way for Diablo Immortal for improved player populations, the Season Seven Battle Pass will start, and the Hungering Moon event returns.
Today, Diablo Immortal begins adding a new update that will implement the previously-announced server merges, start a new event, fix some bugs, and add additional quality of life updates.
In November, Diablo Immortal will merge servers to make grouping easier. With today's update, character transfers are open, with one free transfer for all. The update also adds new items, boosts dungeon XP, and more.
Would we have Diablo Immortal if the Activision Blizzard merger hadn't happened? That's the speculation former Diablo producer Jay Wilson has opened up, saying it was Activision that pushed for free to play Diablo.
This week, Diablo Immortal is opening a limited-time event, opening the dungeons, and preparing for Halloween with the Hallow's Wake event.
The first major update for Diablo Immortal adds a new dungeon, overhauls Warbands significantly, with new modes, adds a new Helliquary boss, and much more.
Diablo Immortal's latest update opens up a new Battle Pass, adds a new Helliquary boss, and loads up September with several events, including special buffs and hints at the coming major update.
Today, Diablo Immortal's mini update adds flexibility in dungeon groups, new features, including the Fractured Plane limited time event, Into the Dark Wood event, and Echo of the Immortal, a new repeatable game mode.
Blizzard has reached out to a Diablo Immortal player that spent $100k on his character and could not find anyone to matchmake with.
Diablo Immortal has been doing well since its launch back in June. With over 30 million installs and a purported 100M in revenue, the cross-platform title feels like it's only just picking up steam despite some backlash related to its monetization system.
Despite the outcries against Diablo Immortal's microtransactions, that hasn't slowed players down spending money on Blizzard's ARPG. A new report has stated that the ARPG has eclipsed over $100 million in player spending since launch.
Diablo Immortal has announced and added the new Class Change mechanic. Other features include in-game events, a new Helliquary boss coming soon, new cosmetics, endgame content, and more.
The Diablo immortal team has a new devblog on controller support, how Diablo 3 influenced the choice, a list of supported devices, and more.
Season two has begun and Diablo Immortal's first major content release since launch is here, with a new Helliquary boss, new loot, an event, and more to come.