Diablo Immortal has had its high-profile Chinese release pulled, just four days before it was due to become available.
Since its launch in the west two weeks ago, Diablo Immortal has earned almost £20m and been downloaded over 8m times.
The publisher has promised players a “thank you package” of equipment and materials will be made available whenever Diablo Immortal does eventually arrive.
Blizzard’s free-to-play dungeon crawler was set to launch in China on 23rd June.
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