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Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

Posted by: BlueStacks Content Team

Diablo Immortal is the latest entry in Blizzard’s franchise of action RPGs, this time in the form of an MMORPG for phones that is heavily reminiscent of Diablo 3 both in aesthetics, as well as in general gameplay and systems. And though Immortal has several key differences, it’s still tons of fun both for players who are invested in the lore, as well as for those who just want to pass the time obliterating the forces of hell in a variety of creative and interesting ways.

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

Since Diablo Immortal, unlike any other game in the series, is an MMORPG (Diablo 3 is similar, though not an MMORPG entirely), players will need to connect to a variety of data centers located in different parts of the world, before accessing the game itself. These data centers, in turn, each have numerous servers within them. Though it doesn’t really matter which server you actually choose, it’s important to choose the correct data center for your region, since this will guarantee that you get the best latency. And considering that Diablo Immortal is 100% online, minimizing your latency will play a vital role in helping you to survive and to defeat your enemies.

With that being said, here’s the current spread of data centers in Diablo Immortal, along with the servers in each:

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

US East

  • Sin War
  • Prime Evils
  • Tree of Inifuss
  • Soul Siphon
  • Sandro the Mouth
  • The Malus
  • Iceburn Tear
  • The Worldstone
  • Helliquary
  • Silver Spire
  • Plains of Despair
  • Arcane Sanctuary
  • The Curator
  • The Fallen
  • Risen Dead
  • Darkening of Tristram
  • Greed
  • The Last Vestige
  • Meshif
  • Ureh
  • Albrecht
  • Lysander
  • Wirt
  • Hadriel
  • Mask of Jeram
  • Arkaine’s Valor
  • Doombringer
  • Town Portal
  • Eternal Conflict

US West

  • Caldesann
  • Kanai
  • Eternal Crown
  • Deckard Cain
  • Zoltun Kulle
  • Sand Scorpions
  • Stormshield
  • Old Growth
  • The Soulstones
  • Khalim’s Will
  • The Gidbinn
  • Cult of Damnation
  • Purus the Decimator
  • Black Abyss
  • The Triune
  • Dry Steppes
  • Amber Blades
  • Halls of the Blind
  • Star of Azkaranth
  • Wailing Beast
  • Heart of the Oak
  • Crescent Moon
  • Call to Arms
  • Chains of Honor
  • Hand of Justice
  • Breath of the Dying
  • Pandemonium
  • Burning Hells
  • End of Days

South America (Spanish)

  • Mephisto
  • Rathma
  • Navair
  • Bul-Kathos
  • Viz-Jaq’taar
  • Viz-Jun

South America (Portuguese)

  • Flavie
  • Akara
  • Asylla
  • Xul
  • Oza
  • Belial
  • Izilech
  • Jondo
  • Gorgothra
  • Elzix

Europe (English)

  • Dark Exile
  • Arreat Summit
  • Sightless Eye
  • The Unspoken
  • Angiris Council
  • Blood Rose
  • The Countess
  • Talva Silvertongue
  • The Butcher
  • Stone of Jordan
  • The Void
  • Cathedral of Light
  • Archbishop Lazarus
  • Dark Wanderer
  • The Hellforge
  • The Ancients
  • Trade Consortium
  • Yshari Sanctum
  • Gharbad the Weak
  • The Borderlands
  • The Martyr
  • Sea of Light
  • Crystal Arch
  • Diamond Gates
  • Thorned Hulk
  • Wood Wraith
  • Oblivion Knight
  • Throne of Destruction
  • Stygian Fury

Europe (French)

  • Skarn
  • Dravec
  • Charsi
  • Leoric
  • Ammuit
  • Esu

Europe (German)

  • El’Druin
  • Tabri
  • Vizjerei
  • Hemlir
  • Segithis
  • Akeba

Europe (Spanish)

  • Zatham
  • Fara

Europe (Italian)

  • Talus’ar
  • Sescheron

Europe (Polish)

  • Cathan
  • Itherael

East Asia (Korean)

  • Rayek
  • Lethes
  • Tal Rasha
  • Tassi
  • Vataos
  • Daedessa
  • Askari
  • Kashya
  • Zaka
  • Sargoth
  • Namari
  • Ennead
  • Que-Hegan
  • Griswold
  • Harlequin Crest
  • Cydaea

East Asia (Japanese)

  • Ongori
  • Inarius
  • Fahir
  • Eskara
  • Lilith
  • Zov
  • Lakrii
  • Manoruk
  • Tyrael
  • Horadric Cube
  • Andariel
  • Zaim

Oceania

  • Baal
  • Bloodsworn

As we mentioned above, while your choice of server is irrelevant, try to select a data center closest to you in order to get the best experience with Diablo Immortal. Make sure to also play Diablo Immortal on PC with BlueStacks to get the best graphics and performance as well!

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

With that being said, here are a few of the most popular questions about the Diablo Immortal servers, as well as other aspects of the game, along with their answers:

Is Diablo Immortal Cross-Server?

Sadly, no. Characters that you create on one server cannot be transferred to another and much less to another data center.

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

Is Diablo Immortal Cross-Play?

Yes! Players can meet and collaborate with other users regardless of the platform on which they are playing.

How do you Play Diablo Immortal on an Emulator?

As it turns out, with BlueStacks, it’s very easy to play Diablo Immortal on PC. All you need to do is download our client, install it, and look for Diablo Immortal on the App Center. After a few moments of downloading and installing, you’ll be all set and ready to start your adventure through Sanctuary. Check out our PC installation guide for Diablo Immortal on BlueStacks to get a detailed overview of the process.

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

Can You Play Diablo Immortal With Friends?

Yes! The idea of players being able to see each other seamlessly as they adventure around the world is so that they can easily group up and tackle much of the game’s content together. And when it comes to playing with friends, you can just as easily create groups or parties with your pals, and play through the entirety of the game with them at your side.

Is Diablo Immortal a Free-to-Play Game?

Strictly speaking, yes. You can download, install, and play through the entirety of Diablo Immortal without spending a dime, and even enjoy the time you spent here in its entirety. However, matters get a bit more complicated when it comes to the endgame content and farming, since players who pay for Legendary Crests have much, much easier access to the best Legendary Gems and all the associated upgrade materials, compared to players who only get these as rare rewards from quests, challenges, and the battle pass.

Diablo Immortal Server List and FAQ – Everything About the Diablo Immortal Servers and Most Common Questions

Diablo Immortal is far from being a fair game to f2p users. Feel free to read our Diablo Immortal review to learn more about what this game gets right, and where it sadly falls apart.

And that’s it for our Diablo Immortal server guide and FAQ. Please leave us your questions and comments in the section below, and we’ll try to get back to you ASAP!

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