Unless you have been living under a rock this past weekend, then you’ve probably heard all about Blizzard’s blunder of an announcement for Diablo Immortal, an upcoming mobile MMORPG. Of all places, Blizzard chose to reveal this game at BlizzCon, which did not go over too well with the hardcore fans that attend such an event. But now that the dust has settled a little, many of us are still left wondering if Diablo Immortal is actually a cheaply made Chinese MMORPG or a rightful successor to the franchise. Read MoreDiablo Immortal’s got an uphill battle to convince gamers of its good intentions was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
BlizzCon 2018 is in full swing, and Blizzard has just revealed the latest entry into the Diablo series. The new game, which is coming soon, is called Diablo Immortal, and it’s is an MMO set to take place between Diablo II: Lord of Destruction and Diablo III. So, why are we mentioning it? Turns out, it’s coming to Android.
For those that just want to cut to the pretty chase, Blizzard has put together a super cinematic trailer, with the company’s usual insane production values:
A gameplay trailer was also posted to the new Play Store listing, which appears to show off in-game graphics, and they seem pretty decent. Read MoreBlizzard announces Diablo Immortal for mobile devices, opens pre-registration was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Hey, look at this, the Metroidvania indie hit Dead Cells is coming to Android. The listing just popped up on the Play Store a few minutes ago, and it’s currently available for pre-registration. I can’t promise that the publisher Playdigious didn’t jump the gun a little early, so make sure to check this out while you can.
Details are still light. As far as I can tell, no official announcement about this upcoming Android release has been made, and the current Play Store listing provides very little to go on. Read MoreDead Cells is coming to Android, and you can pre-register right now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Some of you may remember a quirky little auto-runner from 2013 called Badland. It’s been downloaded over 50 million times across the world, which is probably why a sequel was released in 2015. Apparently, the developer Frogmind has pushed aside the auto-running genre since that followup and has moved on to bigger and better things. The result is the upcoming release of Badland Brawl, a physics-based multiplayer brawler that’s available for pre-registration as of today, and it looks nothing like the original games in the series, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Read MoreFrogmind’s ‘Badland Brawl’ is up for pre-registration was written by the awesome team at Android Police.