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Diablo Immortal
Diablo Immortal

Genre: Action
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment Classification: TBC
Friday, 23 April 2021
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:11pm 23/04/21 | 0 Comments
With Diablo Immortal kicking off its next testing phase in Australia just in time for the weekend, Blizzard steps us through the game’s massive PVE meets PVP endgame content called the Cycle of Strife.

Which we cover in-depth in our new preview.
The Cycle of Strife, goes back quite a bit to a character known as Daedessa the Builder, a master crafter that like others was in the business of protecting Sanctuary from Demonic Invasion. Except that she created the Eternal Crown, a powerful bit of headwear that was bestowed onto her son Kion who then used it created a group called the Immortals. Keepers of Sanctuary, protecting everyone from the Burning hells.



But, what with the whole giving a dude a powerful artifact deal and watching that powerful doodad corrupt him stuff, Daedessa also charged her daughter Akeba with keeping tabs on Kion. To make sure that it didn’t all go to his head – even though we’re talking about a crown. From that a new group was born called the Shadows, a secret group of watchers who would continuously test the Immortals.

Click Here For - Diablo Immortal’s Cycle of Strife Is All Out War Between Player Factions
Friday, 18 December 2020
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 10:45am 18/12/20 | 0 Comments
Diablo Immortal is Blizzard's built-for-mobile entry in the action-RPG franchise and surprise, there's a Technical Alpha for the free-to-play title hitting Australia today. Yeah, surprise numero dos, it is free-to-play. And with a focus on story (the events take place between Diablo II and Diablo III) you wouldn't know it from playing it.

As per out hands-on.
With early access to the Technical Alpha, and once again rolling a Demon Hunter (natch), there’s just nothing quite like getting to experience an action-RPG from the get-go. To get a feel for the pacing, the early progression, the loot, the combat, the flow. The stats, the skills, the levelling. When it comes to an action-RPG like a Diablo, there are so many elements in play that getting a sense of it all piecemeal or a bit at a time is the ideal way to go.

But, there’s also the matter of presentation. And it’s this side of Immortal that hits you immediately, from the wonderful score to the overly dramatic voice acting (very reminiscent of Diablo III’s campaign) and the characters and stakes. There's a story here, and plenty of it - with its timeline sitting between Diablo II and III. So yeah, Deckard Cain is back, lovable old coot that he is. And so is the Town of Wortham -- on the account of it still standing. The driver, outside of slaying demons, is to find all the missing pieces of the shattered Worldstone and to stop Skarn, the Herald of Terror, from resurrecting Diablo.

Our Full Diablo Immortal Hands-On Preview