Diablo Immortal: Blizzard CEO tried to reassure PC owners
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After the terrible announcement of Diablo Immortal, which is set to be released for mobile phones, players' trust to Blizzard has fallen so much that its top-management is trying to get out of the reputation pit. Company's CEO J. Allen Brack in his interview with IGN spoke about the release of the scandalous RPG and that the company learned the lesson and accepted fans' opinions.
Brack said that Blizzard representatives simply could not properly express their thoughts about the future of the company. According to him, the developers will continue to make games for PC and are not going to switch to mobile gaming. Even the fact that many games are ported to consoles will not affect this.
"We started our journey in ye-olden times as a console company, and then we migrated to PC," said Brack. "And in the last few years, we’ve moved Diablo 3 to console, we’ve moved Overwatch to console, we’ve moved Diablo 3 to Switch. And those have been good things, that I think a lot of people have resonated with. But fundamentally our roots are PC, a strong PC game company, and that’s not going to change."
However, the head of Blizzard Entertainment did not say why smartphones were chosen as a platform for the upcoming Diablo, while millions of fans around the world were waiting for a new part of the game.
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