Diablo Immortal is Diablo 4 Gold more than the latest entry in the long-running action-role-playing game series, but it also frames Diablo in a completely new setting. A variety of new settings, actually intended for mobile devices equipped with touchscreen controls.
It's an online game with a hugely multiplayer component with a shared world, in which you can see other players running around. The game was co-developed with a Chinese company called NetEase and, as with every Blizzard game before it, it's been designed with a focus on Asian markets. The game is completely free. These are huge sea shifts for Diablo.
However it is true that for any Diablo player -- especially any Diablo 3 player Diablo Immortal will feel reassuringly familiar. The iconic isometric viewpoint, intense combat that includes a swarm of monsters as well as the fountains of loot, are all there.
Beyond that, Immortal has clearly been built around its Diablo 3 engine and uses the same assets from the game, while retaining the atmosphere and feel of that game from 2012 by Blizzard. Immortal's artwork has the same richly colored, golden glow, and the combat offers the same intoxicating fireworks display, and the sound and splatter of sound effects deliver the same deep, Pavlovian satisfaction.
The reason is that Immortal is the same game that has been put in its new environment that opinions of different constituencies of its players can differ quite a lot. Existing Diablo gamers are dissatisfied with the way their beloved game is commercialized in its free-to-play version, and mobile game customers, more comfortable with this model they are delighted with the quality, depth and scope Immortal has inherited of cheap Diablo IV Gold its previous games.