The backlash from Activision Blizzard's controversial Diablo Immortal mobile game announcement at Blizzcon 2018 causes a steep drop in the company's stock.
In a lengthy Twitter post, former Blizzard employee and Diablo 2 producer Mark Kern argues that Blizzard Entertainment does not understand gamers anymore.
Following the community backlash surrounding the announcement of the mobile ARPG Diablo Immortal, Blizzard admits it wasn't expecting such a negative response.
The story behind the cinematic trailer for Diablo Immortal gets even stranger, as now there are reports that somebody is removing dislikes from the mobile game's trailer.
Blizzard's reveal of Diablo Immortal for mobile devices did not go over well with fans, and the trailer for the game is being flooded with tons of dislikes.
Blizzard surprises BlizzCon 2018 attendees with the announcement of Diablo Immortal, a mobile ARPG that takes place prior to Diablo 3 and offers 6 classes at launch.