The first technical alpha build of Diablo Immortal is live! One of the biggest mobile game launches in recent times is finally here with Diablo Immortal Alpha Apk rollout beginning in Australia. Diablo Immortal mobile arrives amid rave reviews from the early testers. Blizzard Entertainment is porting its prized property over to Android and iOS platforms after enjoying mega success on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox One platforms.
The rumpus that ensued Blizzard’s initial announcement of Diablo Immortal for mobile back at BlizzCon 2018 is quickly fading into a distant memory. Fans took umbrage at the prospect of having a mobile version come out before Diablo IV. The game developer has since kept a quiet profile while working through giving finishing touches to a highly-anticipated mobile role-playing game.
The wait is at long last over as the pre-registration phase begins in earnest leading up to the formal launch of the full version expected soon on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Reviewers are heaping glowing sentiments with regards to the free-to-play game that is also offering a battle pass via an in-game shop.
Here is the lead designer Wyatt Cheng delving into the details about the game development process and what’s in store for players.
The limited-time offer for Diablo Immortal technical alpha is open for testing purposes only. This is to assist developers to receive feedback from players so that they can leverage information into polishing the gameplay before the public release.
Diablo Immortal revolves around events that take place between Diablo II and Diablo III. The main storyline is supplemented by mini-quests, side dungeons, and boss fights. Each dungeon mission lasts about 10-15 minutes, which is the perfect duration for an on-the-go playing experience on mobile.
About gameplay, Wyatt Cheng has issued a statement on Twitter that auto-play will not be included, so it seems Blizzard plans to design a game that requires more than passing skills to succeed.
Unfortunately, there is no news about the confirmed launch date available yet. But, for now, Blizzard is deemed it sufficient to reveal minimum installation specs for the game, which you can check out below:
Android Minimum Requirements
- CPU – Snapdragon 710 / Hisilicon Kirin 810 and higher
- GPU – Adreno 616 / ARM Mali-G52 and higher
- RAM – 2GB of RAM and higher
- Version: Android OS 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher
Blizzard has dumped plenty of information about the alpha build across its webpages. Of course, Diablo Immortal isn’t available for the majority of us, however, the recent spurt of activity points in the right direction regarding the imminent launch on the Play Store.