NetEase first announced Diablo Immortal four years ago. Photo: Handout
NetEase first announced Diablo Immortal four years ago. Photo: Handout
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NetEase delays highly anticipated release of Diablo Immortal in big setback for China’s No 2 gaming company amid ongoing Weibo ban

  • The company said it would indefinitely postpone the release of the China version of the game, citing a need to adjust and optimise it for Chinese players
  • A Weibo account for the game has been banned from posting for “violation of relevant laws and regulations”

NetEase first announced Diablo Immortal four years ago. Photo: Handout
NetEase first announced Diablo Immortal four years ago. Photo: Handout
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