Diablo Immortal Coming to PC in June

Blizzard announces a June 2nd release date for Diablo Immortal, also revealing the mobile installment in the Diablo action/RPG series will come to PC. The Windows version will enter open beta testing at the same time the mobile edition launches, and will include full crossplay and progression support. Players can now pre-register for the free-to-play game on the official website. There was considerable negative backlash to the announcement that this would be a mobile game. We'll see if the news that "the first Blizzard game designed from the ground up for mobile" is coming to PC will move the needle on that unhappiness. Here's the Release Date & PC Announce Trailer and here's more:
The Worldstone is shattered, and it now falls to the heroes of Sanctuary to fend off the terrors rising in its wake. Blizzard Entertainment today announced that beginning June 2, players in most regions across the world will take up the call to defend against the Burning Hells in Diablo® Immortal ™, the first Blizzard game designed from the ground up for mobile, with the remaining regions in Asia-Pacific gaining access a few weeks later.

In addition to offering an uncompromised AAA experience on mobile, the most ambitious game released in the Diablo franchise’s 25-year history will enter into Open Beta on Windows® PC at launch. Diablo Immortal supports both cross-play and cross-progression, allowing Sanctuary’s heroes to join the fight with each other regardless of platform while being able to seamlessly transition between mobile and PC gameplay. The Open Beta on PC will contain all game features, including cross-play and cross-progression, and upon conclusion all progress will be maintained.