All PC and mobile version differences

Diablo Immortal is a brand new action-RPG from Blizzard that was initially only available on mobile, but will now also be available on PC.

Diablo Immortal is the next spin-off in the popular Diablo series which is curated for mobile games. It’s not related to the upcoming Diablo 4, but fans will enjoy it and still have plenty of it.

And if Mobile isn’t your platform of choice, Blizzard recently revealed that Diablo Immortal is coming to PC as well.

But if you’re wondering if you prefer to play on PC or mobile, here are all the differences between the two platforms.

There will be six different classes to choose from when Diablo Immortal launches. Familiarize yourself with each one to make sure you get the one for your first playthrough!

Diablo Immortal Gameplay

Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo Immortal: all the differences between the PC and mobile versions

The PC version of Diablo Immortal will feature a unique control scheme, a scaled down HUD, and a fully implemented chat system.

Diablo Immortal was originally intended to be mobile-only. So the PC version doesn’t really have too much of a difference in that regard. It is basically a port of the mobile version. But the changes he has are quite remarkable.

Activision Blizzard made sure to include quality of life changes in the PC version of Diablo Immortal that would appeal to their current PC playerbase.

PC players will have access to the classic Diablo keyboard layout of controls. At the same time, mobile gamers will have finger tap and swipe controls.

PC gamers will also see the HUD scaled down to better fit their monitor. Menu interfaces will be the same for Mobile and PC to help build the cross-play community together.

Diablo's Immortal Interface

ActivisionBlizzard

And like previous Blizzard games, Diablo Immortal will feature a fully functional chat system for those playing on PC.

Luckily, Diablo Immortal will be cross-play, so no matter what you choose, you’ll be able to play with your friends on other platforms!

Also, if you’re looking to play on both PC and Mobil, you’ll need to enable cross-progression.

Comments are closed.