Blizzard President about Diablo Immortal: “we’re happy with how it’s coming along”

Diablo Immortal has not been popular among the Diablo community since its announcement, after Blizzard announced it as a mobile game. Recently, the President of Blizzard Entertainment, J. Allen Brack, who was given the role of the presidency at the time of the Diablo Immortal reveal, says in an interview that they were not clear enough when announcing the game. “I think announcement was a poor job or the time when we announced Diablo: Immortal wasn’t contextualizing what we think the future can be and what we think of mobile in particular,” said J. Allen Brack.

Brack tells in an interview with Gamespot that mobile doesn’t have to be a worse experience. He thinks they can create Blizzard-Quality games on mobile platforms. Despite all the criticism, he remains positive about Diablo Immortal: ‘Diablo: Immortal is a game that we’ve been working on for quite a few years at this point, and we’re happy with how it’s coming along. We’re looking forward to having the players see when it’s ready to go. ” J. Allen Brack said in interview with Gamespot.

Allen thinks that Blizzard has a lot to gain on other platforms, of course, Blizzard is originally a PC developer and showed with Diablo 3 that they can also be playable on consoles such as a PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.

We believe Diablo Immortal can be better than people believe. We have started playing Call of Duty: Mobile, which works surprisingly well! So why won’t diablo work on a small device which you can take anywhere you want? There are some positives tot this and we will reap the benefits, but first, we want to see Diablo 4!