On mobile, the game boasts impressive graphics and excellent performance. However, you'll need D2R Items quite powerful phone to play the game smoothly. On my Pixel 4a the game would lag and crash at times, and the device ran very hot. It's also simply tough to keep track of all the action on a screen this small in particular when you need to target special abilities. You can alleviate this somewhat by playing with the tablet with the controller, but you can also simply play on your PC.
The PC version isn't quite up to par, however. The game still looks like the mobile version on the big screen and has a poor resolution, to its unclear textures. Animations for non-player characters are absurd, especially the way they operate. But the visual problems pale in comparison to the gameplay issues. It's a mess to navigate through Rewards don't always load correctly; and, perhaps most of all, your attack button might just shut down And nothing less than rebooting the game will be able to fix it. You can imagine the fun when you're playing the most intense dungeon crawl.
However the sound quality is quite good with the standard Diablo sound and includes some very atmospheric background music and plenty of decent voice acting.
I'm not averse to Diablo Immortal. I'm sure some gamers are going to. The game is a relatively insignificant one within a long-running franchise, and the F2P mechanics are as intrusive as they appear. However, if (and this is an enormous "if") you can manage to overcome this, you'll find an extremely solid game under the hood that offers a satisfying cheap D2R Ladder Items experience and a variety of things to do.