The fact that many details and factors about Diablo Immortal remain unknown, such as monetization models and a release date, and the independence in development capacities still doesn't seem to come in the way of kneejerk outrage.
According to the social media statistics website Social Blade, the Diablo: Immortal trailer now displays engagement numbers that are wildly different from screenshots taken by other users.
On 17 October, two weeks before BlizzCon, Blizzard put out a blog post that essentially told fans Diablo 4 was in the works but would not be at the show. And it always will be. We were already expecting Diablo news at this year's show, but this is most definitely not what people had in mind.
Probably not soon - it could take until E3 next year (so June 2019) or even later (potentially Blizzcon next year, in November). Diablo Immortal will also feature Battle.net integration. Scrolling through the 274 (and counting) replies to Warhammer: Chaosbane's tweet you'll mostly find reaction images, memes, and one Twitter user evoking Warhammer to state that "mobile games are for chaos heretics".
Once it is finally available to download Diablo Immortal for Android, you will be among the first ones to get the game if you joined the pre-registration program.
Kern says that gamers are not to blame for this and blames the issue on "bad PR handling". Mobile games are notorious for being lower quality experiences than their console or PC counterparts, and for all the talk of multiple Diablo projects being in development, Blizzard could have just as easily presented a teaser for another project alongside Diablo: Immortal to satisfy Diablo fans.
Despite some of the protestations, Brack said that it was important for Blizzard to bring its games to more platforms in order to build its audience in a fast-changing industry.
Given multiplayer is crucial to Diablo Immortal, that's to be expected. Other new information we have is that there will be some new realms and abilities in the game.
Very passionate one. And we want to say that we hear you, and we have multiple projects - Diablo projects - being worked on by multiple teams.
What all of this means is that, considering Kotaku's report, a video was created to announce another Diablo project but it is unknown when that announcement will take place.