As Blizzard is gearing up for one of their top releases for this year, the publisher has revealed the Diablo Immortal release date for the Asia region, as well as revealing that the Southeast Asia subset will receive its own dedicated regional game servers. Coming June 23, the free-to-play MMOARPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Action Role-Playing Game) will be available in several countries in the region. Check out the full details below.
First off, here are the Asian countries where Diablo Immortal will be available on both PC, iOS, and Android devices:
- Hong Kong
- The Philippines
In addition to those countries, PC players in Vietnam can also play the game, but the mobile versions for iOS and Android in the same country will not be available. Players who have already pre-registered across all platforms will receive the stunning Horadrim Cosmetic Set when the game launches.
Besides the Asia release date announcement, here are some more details on Diablo Immortal:
Diablo Immortal supports both cross-play and cross-progression, allowing Sanctuary’s heroes to join the fight with each other regardless of platform while being able to seamlessly transition between mobile and PC gameplay.
With the fate of Sanctuary in their hands, players will choose between six iconic Diablo classes – Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, or Wizard – and embark on a journey through eight unique zones and the great city of Westmarch. They will join up with new and familiar Diablo characters, including the franchise’s patriarch Deckard Cain, on an expansive quest to hunt down the shattered pieces of the corrupted Worldstone before the forces of the Burning Hells can gather them for their own sinister plans in an epic all-new story taking place between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III.
Diablo Immortal features a MMOARPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Action Role-Playing Game) social experience that’s completely new to the series. Players will share a massive world with others as they explore Sanctuary, form Warbands with up to eight members to take on group challenges such as the intense Helliquary raid bosses, and join Clans with up to 150 friends to earn challenging Clan Achievements.
The game also features a robust faction-based PvP system. With the Cycle of Strife, players can band together to fight in an ongoing war in which the top player of the server will earn the Eternal Crown to become the leader of the Immortals. This puts them in the position of having to continuously defend their reign across a series of modes including brutal 1v30 showdowns.
Diablo Immortal is coming on June 23 to the Asia region for mobile devices and PC. Globally, the game will enter open beta on June 2, and you can read more about it here.