Good news to bring! Finally, Diablo Immortal is set to arrive on iOS, Android, and PC this week, meanwhile the mobile versions are already live for many users. However, there’s some information that the user must know before they start playing it like how they can swap between PC and mobile versions, how cross-progression works, and how they can pre-load the game before it launches.
Diablo Immortal global release times
Diablo Immortal will be released on June 2 in most regions technically, including the PC version. According to the notes from Blizzard official blog, some players will see Immortal accessible for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play beginning the morning of June 1. However, the game will be officially download on June 2 for mobile and PC, with regions like Korea and Australia gaining access in the early morning of June 3. Diablo Immortal will launch in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam on June 22.
Diablo Immortal PC pre-load
Diablo Immortal is available to pre-load on PC right now, hence if the player plans to play through PC, they have to ensure download the game in advance to save the time. Yet, the phone user is not available to enjoy the pre-load on their mobile.
Diablo Immortal cross-progression
In order to save the progress between playing on the mobile device and PC, the play will need a Battle.net account. The player need to have a created account to log in the game through Battle.net when playing Diablo Immortal on the mobile device so that they are able to synchronize the progress.
Activision Blizzard has confirmed that the upcoming Diablo Immortal will not launch in the Netherlands and Belgium allegedly due to the restrictive legislation in these countries. Both the mobile and PC versions will not see the sunlight in both of these countries.
Due to Belgian regulations prohibiting loot boxes, it seems evident that Blizzard will not be able to release the game in the stated countries. Loot boxes in games are strictly prohibited by the Belgian Gaming Commission. They are illegal if they can be purchased with money and if chance plays a role in accessing the material. As a consequence, several free-to-play games are unavailable in Belgium.
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