Back in 2018 at Blizzcon, Blizzard Entertainment announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile RPG. While the developer and publisher got a lot of backlash, especially with the infamous "don't you guys have phones" comment, development has continued.
Diablo Immortal is now in its technical alpha stage of development, as Blizzard is testing out the game on a variety of devices. If you want to know if your mobile device has what it takes, we've got the Diablo Immortal system requirements for the alpha.
Diablo Immortal: Device system requirements
Set between the events of Diablo II and Diablo III, Diablo Immortal is an interesting concept. Judging by some initial impressions from those in the Technical Alpha, the game is actually quite good, despite all the backlash it received.
If you are hoping to play the game when it releases, or you are trying to get a taste of all the demon-slaying in the technical alpha, then your mobile device needs to meet the minimum system requirements.
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Check out the minimum system requirements for the Technical Alpha of Diablo Immortal for both Android and iOS devices below.
Diablo Immortal device requirements for Android
- CPU - Snapdragon 710 / Hisilicon Kirin 810 and higher
- GPU - Adreno 616 / ARM Mali-G52 and higher
- RAM - 2GB of RAM and higher
- Version: Android OS 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher
Diablo Immortal device requirements for iOS
- iPhone 8 and higher
- Version: iOS 12 and higher
According to Blizzard, they are aiming to bring epic Diablo gameplay to as many devices and players as possible.
The Diablo Immortal device system requirements do point towards the game being playable on many mobile phones or tablets, and it is a good omen for the future.
Diablo Immortal is still without a release date but players are enjoying the Technical Alpha right now. Hopefully, it will become available in more regions soon.