Blizzard just announced the next Diablo game … and it's a mobile game. If you are one of the thousands of fans crushed by the news that there is no future Diablo IV we have five amazing options for exploring.
If you are a Diablo super fan and you have not heard the news yet, you may want to sit down. The new game, announced today in Blizzcon, is called Diablo Immortal and it is a mobile game. As long-lasting fans of the Diablo franchise (many of us in the staff have played since the original 1990's game), the nicest thing we can say about this announcement is that mobile graphics have generally come a long way and the game makes it look sharp .
But the game looks like a complete departure from the soul of the Diablo series and the PC platform that put it on the map fans would Diablo IV or a beautiful remix of Diablo II but they got Diablo: Loot Box Edition .
You know what? When we are done throw some nostalgic tears like our boy Diablo up there, we have things to keep us busy and wait for Diablo IV eventually, maybe one day will come with. Here are the top five Action RPG players you can play right now to self-medicate and enjoy some really awesome ARGP games on your computer.
Flashlight II (and torch)
If you are a Diablo fan, you must definitely play the flashlight series. It was created by Runic Games, founded by Max Schaefar and Eirch Schaefer, who were the founders of Blizzard North. Blizzard North created Diablo Diablo II and Diablo II: The Lord of Destruction so the torch series is probably a true successor to the first two Diablo games.
Flashlight II is the best at its best, with four classes, a large Diablo II style multi-city world and online multiplayer games for up to six players at a time. It also has official support for mods via the Steam Workshop.
Have you already played Torchlight II ? Check out some user-created modes like SynergiesMOD, which is a complete conversion that adds new cities, playoffs and legendary items.
The original torch is also a good game that you should definitely play, but it's only single player. It is also more limited, limited to a single city and prison cave, where you explore deeper deeper. In this way, Torchlight II feels like Diablo II while the first Flashlight feels like the original Diablo .
Torch II is available for just 19.99 kr from Steam or GOG. The original torch is also available for $ 14.99 from Steam or GOG.
If you want a game with more depth and complexity – or just a game that is more competitive – Path of Exile is the game for you. Grinding Gear Games made an incredible skill tree with 1325 skills to customize your character. Different classes start in different places on the big web, but all character classes share the same web page with possible skills.
Exileväg also has a league system where you can compete with other players, Diablo – steps style. As in the series Diablo there is also an optional hardcore mode where your character will be deleted when you die and a special hardcore-only league.
After all, the campaign is still fun to play even if you are not interested in the playoffs. It has a total of ten documents. The first five acts are completely unique. The last five are the same as the first five acts, but you travel through the law in reverse order and fight harder enemies.
Exile Road is online only and up to six players by
The game's developer has continuously added new content, last Path of Exile: Delve released August 31 2018. It has a new infinity dungeon as well as new things and other sweets.
Better than this game is completely free. It has microtransactions, but these microtransactions are only for cosmetic products. You never have to pay a cent.
Exile Road is available free of charge from the Steam or Grinding Gear Games website.
Grim Dawn is made by Crate Entertainment, which contains many of the same people who did Titan Quest . The team asked for $ 280,000 at Kickstarter to make the game but raised $ 537,515 thanks to all the excitement. The last game was released in 2016 after a few years in Early Access on Steam.
Crate Entertainment made a solid action RPG with an old school cartoon and Diablo II style ugly, dark design. The game contains six classes and allows you to combine two to create your own dual class. It has four actions, or five if you buy the expansion. Up to four players can play together at once. In comparison with Titan Quest and Path of Exile this game is a little older school and sticks closer to Diablo II and Titan Quest mold . In fact, it is still based on the same engine Titan Quest used. But it will delight many people who were disappointed by Diablo III and wanted a more traditional experience.
Grim Dawn is available for $ 24.99 from Steam or GOG. The Ashes of Malmouth expansion will cost you $ 17.99 extra (Steam, GOG) while Crucible Mode DLC costs $ 5.99 (Steam, GOG). Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition (and Ragnarök)
About Grim Dawn was not old enough for you, try Titan Quest . This game was originally 2006, six years before Diablo III . It still feels a lot like a part of the Diablo II era, and it's a great experience.
Titan Quest actually has a very unique environment for an action RPG. It is located in the "ancient world", which means you travel through places like ancient Greece and egypt. The latest expansion, Titan Quest: Ragnarök sees you travel through Asgard, Jotunheim and other remarkable places in northern mythology.
Instead of classes, there are nine different championships (ten if you get Ragnarök), and each of your characters can choose two different championships. Think of it as dual-classing. Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition was released in 2016 and combines both the original Titan Quest and . ] Titan Quest: Immortal Throne expansion along with improved multiplayer code and other performance enhancements. THQ Nordic released a new expansion, Titan Quest: Ragnarök in 2017-ten years after the first expansion was released!
This game was even portable to Nintendo Switch but we're sure it's playing better on a computer with mouse and keyboard. Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition is available for $ 19.99 from Steam or GOG. Titan Quest: Ragnarök expansion costs an additional $ 19.99, even from Steam or GOG.
Diablo II: Destruction Lord (and Mods!)