Alright, I'm pretty sure you heard about BlizzCon's – er – rocky announcement of Diablo Immortal at the weekend and by now you probably know that a good chunk of the community hasn't taken it all that well. Whatever your stance on the matter, it's happening and it's coming to mobile.
Whether you're so excited about playing it that you can't wait, or you just want to playing something like Diablo that isn't Immortal, have a gander at these five iOS games to see if they suit your needs. Don't see your favourite in there? Sound off in those comments below and let us know what you love playing.
Baldur's Gate – download on iOS
After being forced out of your home you find yourself trapped in a conflict so terrible it's left the Sword Coast on the brink of war. Once you've made your hero you'll recruit fellow adventurers, head off along the Coast in search of certain truths, and maybe even turn a profit if you're feeling daring.
Bear in mind that it's not recommended you pick this one up if your phone is under seven inches. There's a lot of teeny tiny details and this really is a game best played on a bigger screen.
Dungeon Hunter 5 – download on iOS
It's a general opinion that the Dungeon Hunter games are pretty nifty, but the fifth in the series exceeds its predecessors in content and quality. Whether you're choosing to fight for your moral compass or swinging your sword for gold, there are plenty of bandits, monsters, and baddies to take on in this ARPG. You can go it alone in a detailed solo campaign or team up with three other players in co-op mode. It's the best of both worlds.
Eternium – download on iOS
*Ahem* Addressing the elephant in the room here, you probably saw this particular name crop up in last week's free to play RPGs list, but how was I supposed to know Diablo Immortal was going to be announced? This is a game that's been physically inspired by the likes of Diablo and Torchlight, so it makes sense to include it again, right? Tap to move, swipe to cast, battle like a pro, and play offline for the most part – it's a cracking RPG for taking on the go.
Iesabel – download on iOS
Though some of its App Store reviews are a little shaky in places, Iesabel knows it loves Diablo and it's not afraid to show it. Like Eternium, you can play a sweet single-player campaign mode, or team up with a whopping seven friends to tackle hordes of monsters and bad guys in co-op mode. Collect mountains of gear, tons of skills, and enjoy fighting through some striking locations as you go.
Wayward Souls – download on iOS
If Diablo was 16-bit, it'd probably look a lot like Wayward Souls. This action adventure game is designed to keep you on your toes, with seriously tricky combat, procedurally generated levels, and six characters to try your luck with. No two playthroughs will ever be the same and each character has different abilities/gear, so get ready for some maniacal laughing and maybe a little bit of weeping on your part.