After a slight delay, Diablo Immortal is now live in the Asia-Pacific region, including Malaysia. The delay was necessary for optimisations to be done – which included bug fixes and performance improvements – and based on our brief time with the game, it does run quite well on mobile and PC.
Aside from Malaysia, Diablo Immortal is also available in several Asia-Pacific markets today. These include Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines, Taiwan, Macau, and Hong Kong. Interestingly, the game can also be played in Vietnam now, 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 is currently in open beta, which will see changes and fine-tuning to the game until it “delivers a finalised experience,” as Blizzards puts it.
If you’re keen to check out Diablo Immortal, you can download the game right now through the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. If you want to play it on PC instead, you can do so on Blizzard’s Battle.net launcher.