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Backbone Partners with Blizzard Entertainment to Help Bring Diablo to iPhone

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Backbone officially revealed its partnership with Blizzard Entertainment and its involvement in optimizing Diablo Immortal for players on iPhone. Working with Blizzard, Diablo Immortal has been developed to be refined to its best on iPhones when using the Backbone One.

Blizzard surprisingly launched Diablo Immortal on iOS and Android devices a day early on June 1st, 2022. Players around the world are now able to install the game and begin fighting back Diablo and an onslaught of undead foes. The game does support touch controls. However, Diablo Immortal also supports an interface that mimics the console experience. In comes Backbone with its Backbone One gaming controller for iPhone.

Prior to its launch, president of Blizzard Entertainment Mike Ybarra shared his enthusiasm for the Backbone One as a leading device for playing Diablo Immortal on iPhone.

To celebrate the launch of Diablo Immortal, all Backbone One users will receive a complimentary Adventurer’s Pack Premium in-game bonus. This pack awards players the following:

  • 10 x Relic Key

    • Used to unlock chests in Aspirants Grounds, which rewards Culling Stones.

  • 100 x Culling Stones

    • Materials used to upgrade your Relics via the Legacy of Horadrim Shrine.

  • 5 x Reforge Stone

    • Reforge Stones in Diablo Immortal can be used to reroll the random bonuses of your equipment (except for Legendary and Set gears)

  • 2 x Specialized Reforge Stones

    • Similar to Reforge Stones, but allows you to get more bonuses from the same family group of attributes.

  • 5 x Gem Power

    • Material used to upgrade Legendary Gems.

The Backbone One is available for iPhone for $139.99 CAD. Backbone has also been establishing relationships with Xbox and Discord. Purchase of a Backback One includes three months of free Discord Nitro, two months of Stadia Pro, a one month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Apple Arcade.

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