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Blizzard has revealed Diablo Immortal, a new game in the Diablo franchise created for mobile devices. This is the first time Diablo fans will get to play within the universe using an Android or iOS mobile device, marking a big turn for the popular video game series. With Diablo Immortal, players have access to half a dozen character classes and … Continue reading
If you're using the SwiftKey Beta for Android, you can now perform a quick web search on Bing without leaving the keyboard. It has also received a few accessibility and language improvements. Read more...
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BlizzCon 2018 is underway and there is a ton of news coming from the show. A new Diablo game is making its way to iOS and Android that is an MMOARPG set in between the events of Diablo II and III. Read more...
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Contrary to what anyone might have thought, the first thing Microsoft did after buying the SwiftKey app was to NOT add its Bing search app inside. For whatever reasons, Microsoft has decided that it's not a good idea to push SwiftKey users into using Bing to search for stuff. However, the latest update changes things a little bit, as Microsoft introduced a new way to search for anything without having to leave SwiftKey
Blizzard announced the launch of the Diablo franchise on Apple's mobile iOS platform and Android devices in the near future, in the form of a full-fledged MMO RPG with the story taking place between Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and Diablo III.
Blizzard announced some big news today at its yearly Blizzcon show: the next installment in the Diablo series will be made for iOS and Android. The news about Diablo Immortal follows Epic Games seeing massive success with its hit Fortnite on mobile devices over the last year.
Blizzard is teaming up with NetEast to launch this mobile addition to its Diablo action-RPG franchise, which takes place between Diablo II and III.
Diablo Immortal for Android and iOS was announced at BlizzCon 2018. It brings Diablo to mobile for the first time.