Diablo Immortal finally gets a release date for the Asia-Pacific region, which includes Malaysia. Set to arrive in the region on 23 June, the first Blizzard game to be built from the ground up for mobile is also set to arrive on PC.
The markets that will get Diablo Immortal on 23 June include Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines, Taiwan, Macau, and Hong Kong. Interestingly, Vietnam will also get the game at the same time, but only on PC; there’s no mobile version for the country.
Blizzard is also enabling cross-play and cross-progression between the PC and mobile versions of Diablo Immortal. It’s worth noting that the PC version will launch in open beta, which will see changes and fine-tuning to the game until it “delivers a finalised experience for all courageous adventurers,” as Blizzards puts it.
If you’re keen to check out Diablo Immortal when it releases on 23 June in Asia-Pacific, you can pre-register for the game right here. It will be available on iOS, Android, as well as PC through Battle.net, and with over 30 million pre-registrations already, it looks to be a highly anticipated game.