Looking back during its acquisition of Grinding Gear Games at 2018 now makes sense. The intention was probably never to stay solely from the PC market, where Tencent can capitalize on the massive market of cellular players, but to bring the match. In hindsight that the move is brilliant, because while there are ARPGs readily available on the industry POE Currency Mobile is certain to be among the best in terms of game quality.
This is clearly a reference Blizzard declaring Diablo Immortal instead of Diablo 4, and however, anyone not familiar with the situation would see the statement. Players will of course be more excited about a sequel but therein lies the issue with Blizzard. It's more worried today with investor calls compared to producing games for customers. The goal is to maintain players drip fed with articles giving just a small bit. The older Blizzard is gone, but that is a part of any business.
The announcement of Diablo Immortal in BlizzCon is now infamous, standing out as a significant moment in 2018 that Blizzard Entertainment demonstrated how utterly disconnected management really was to the desires of the consumer base.
The color pitched at Blizzard was nonstop throughout the trailer and also at ExileCon. Chris Wilson, a manufacturer and programmer at Grinding Gear Games, stated that the announcement of the mobile game would have been difficult twelve months past, but that by announcing a sequel, which it did the same weekend with POE Goods 2, fans are nothing but happy in the news.