Blizzard has posted that some Diablo Immortal players on mobile might be able to benefit from an early release that allows them to download the game on either iOS or from Google Play for Android on June 1st.
If you plan to play on computer, the global release times have been shared by Blizzard. These respective hours are final, but you can preload the game right now on Battle.net so you can begin the very second it launches.
While it launches on June 2nd for computers, some fans on mobile may be able to play a day earlier.
Diablo Immortal early release
Blizzard has said that an early release for Diablo Immortal on mobile will appear for some on June 1st.
No specific hours are stated, but Blizzard’s roadmap to Hell says the following:
“Some players will see Immortal propagate on the Apple App Store and Google Play beginning the morning of June 1 PDT. This is in part due to the nature of how mobile games rollout and to ensure a smooth full launch for the mobile version of Immortal.”
The above statement is also echoed by community lead Adam Fletcher in the game’s discord (via Reddit). Fletcher posted that Blizzard “don’t know exactly who will see it first or in what order,” but they expect the process to start early in the morning for Pacific Time.
If you plan to play on PC, there is no early release as the game will unlock at the hours shared by Blizzard: 10:00 PT, 13:00 ET, and 18:00 BST on June 2nd.
How to download on iOS and from Google Play
Below are the minimum system requirements you will need to meet to download and play:
- Operating System: Android OS 5.0
- CPU: Snapdragon 660 / Exynos 9611
- GPU: Adreno 512 / Mali-G72 MP3
- Memory: 2GB RAM
- Disk Space Requirement: 2.4GB (with a patch of an additional 10GB)
- Operating System: iOS 11
- Hardware: iPhone 6s
- Disk Space Requirement: 3.3GB (with a patch of an additional 9.5GB)
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