According to official Blizzard news, the first global content updates will cover all release regions at the same time, as Diablo Immortal officially releases on July 8 at 9am in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
The Season 2 Battle Pass goes live on July 8 at 6am and will allow players to collect Season 2 utility rewards and defeat the new Hellbone Box team leader.
Blizzard also previewed the subsequent updates, saying that this update is just the beginning. Since the game’s release, Blizzard has been paying attention to player suggestions and feedback, and looks forward to sharing subsequent updates through more update files in the future. Blizzard says it doesn’t want to spoil everyone’s fun by spoiling too much content, so for now it can only reveal the following information: career changes and other additional new content that will debut in the next update later this month.
IT House has reported that last month, Diablo: Immortal’s national website released an announcement that Diablo: Immortal’s original June 23 launch plan would be delayed, with no new launch time announced. The Diablo: Immortal project team said that the development team is making a number of optimization adjustments to the game: a larger range of device support, the highest image quality on more models, a lot of experience, network and performance optimization, and so on.