Diablo Immortal is launching in open beta on June 2, the same day as the full mobile release.

There'll also be cross-play and cross-progression between both platforms, so you can play on the go and then pick up where you left off on your desktop.

It's a surprise move considering Blizzard had focused so heavily on perfecting the game for mobile.

The game's initial announcement irked an awful lot of Diablo fans, which came at a time when many were expecting news on the much-anticipated Diablo 4.

The reveal faced hefty backlash with fans accusing Blizzard of forgetting its roots, calling it a "slap in the face" and claiming that Blizzard had "spit in the faces" of the community.

There's also the ability to rebind keys as well as controller support. Though HUD elements have been upscaled for PC.

Diablo Immortal feels good enough that I suspect that anyone who gives it a try will see their old BlizzCon angsts atrophy away.

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