The way Diablo Immortal looks and plays depends on Diablo IV Gold the version you're playing, whether it's the full release version on iOS/Android, or playing the open beta on PC. (Your save data syncs across both versions, so you don't have to commit to one or another.)
On mobile devices, the game offers stunning graphics and good performance. However, you'll need pretty powerful phone to run the game smoothly. In my Pixel 4a, it lurched and slowed frequently, and my phone ran very hot. It's also simply tough to keep up with all the action on a screen this small, particularly when you need to concentrate on certain abilities. It's possible to get around this by playing with tablets and using the controller, but then you may as well choose to play using your PC.
The PC version is still not really up to snuff However. It's looking more like an app for mobile on a too-large screen and has a poor resolution to its inconsistent textures. The animations for characters that aren't players are a joke, especially in how they play. The visual issues pale in comparison to the gameplay issues. It's difficult to find your way around; rewards don't always load properly; and, worst of all, the attack button could occasionally quit working and nothing other than rebooting the game will resolve it. You can imagine how much fun this could be when you're playing the most intense dungeon crawl.
On the other hand, the sound is up with the standard Diablo sound with some pleasingly atmospheric background music and plenty of decent voice acting.I'm not averse to Diablo Immortal. I can imagine that some players might. It's a minor title in a long-running series, and the F2P mechanics are as invasive as they look. However, if (and this is an enormous "if") you manage to make it through cheap Diablo IV Gold , there's an extremely solid game with a great gameplay experience and lots of other things to do.