Blizzard Entertainment announced that Diablo: Immortal will soon be entering a technical alpha test, making it playable to the public (albeit select members of said public) for the first time, while also revealing some key facts about how the game will work (and monetize).
How long will the alpha last?
Blizzard has said that the Technical Alpha is only going to be running for a “couple of weeks” of testing, which is enough time for them to collect the right amount of feedback for everything that they’re looking for. It’s unknown at the moment if Blizzard will open up another round of testing after this, but it seems likely that they’ll want to see how the game will perform with a wider audience playing at some point.
For those who are unable to get into the Technical Alpha, we’ve put together a treasure trove of information for you regarding all things Diablo Immortal. We have a gameplay overview blog that provides a summary of our core systems, another blog that tackles character and progression, as well as a blog focused entirely on itemization. Diablo Immortal will be free-to-play, a first for the series, so we also wanted to share our approach, which includes Blizzard’s core value of “Gameplay First”.
Diablo: Immortal will also have a player market, but Blizzard was quick to note that this will not be anything like the controversial real money auction house that launched with Diablo III. You will not be able to purchase gear from it. Instead, players can use the market to sell and buy items like gems with in-game currency. Blizzard emphasized that the only way you can get gear is by killing monsters.To enhance your adventure and maximize your joy of the game, you are recommended to Buy Cheap Diablo Immortal Gold from our list of reputable sellers here at Z2U.com, your transaction remains safe, easy, and secure.
Diablo: Immortal’s story takes place between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III. This means that Deckard Cain is alive and well, and he will help guide players. Other fan-favorite Diablo characters, like The Countess boss from Diablo II, will also appear.
In the meantime, if you’re able to participate in the Technical Alpha, make sure to pre-register for the game on the Google Play Store, and ensure that you have a phone capable of playing the game. According to Blizzard, the Diablo Immortal Technical Alpha will be playable on Android devices 2017 generation and higher, and running Android OS 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher, with a minimum of 2GB RAM.