Mobile Diablo Immortal has been in testing for a long time, and tens of thousands of players have been allowed to play the game. The game was better received during that period than when it was announced, but some remarks were still made to Blizzard.
With that in mind, Blizzard decided to listen to player feedback and make some changes to Diablo Immortal. They will only need more time to realize that, so they decided to move the game to the first half of 2022.
We’re not going to say the game doesn’t need more time to develop, but the other side of the story is certainly related to the current Blizzard affair. The company is accused of discriminating and abusing employees, there has been a change in the top position of the company and under such circumstances launching the game - even mobile - would not be the smartest move. Somehow I have a hunch that the same delay could happen to Diablo 2 Resurrected.
In any case, the creators of Diablo Immortal for the final version of the game have promised to add new PvE raids designed for eight players. It was announced that the game will receive support for playing with the help of the controller after the release, and it was said that they are working on making the legendary equipment more exciting and sought after for players who have exceeded the maximum level of their character.