If you are worried about the candy-like visuals of Diablo Immortal you can now sleep a little easier. In the upcoming Blizzard game - developed by NetEase - there will be no shortage of dark locations. One of them will be the Realm of Damnation, which was presented on new artworks.
To characterize it in detail, I would have to spoil you a bit. Not wanting to do that, I'll quote a brief description of this place, posted on the Blizzard's official website. If you want to know more about it or listen to the sounds of the area, I recommend you check it out - just don't forget about the spoilers.
"The Realm of Damnation is the personal hell of a demon lord. It’s a corner of the Burning Hells where Skarn, the mastermind pursuing the Worldstone shards, gets to play judge, jury, and executioner (repeatedly). [...]
[To get there - ed. note] first, you’ll need to fight through the twisted canopies of the Forest of Misery. In the darkness swarm Rasplets and Gnarled Pawns, demons who’ve failed Skarn and had their bodies fused with parts of the realm as punishment. [...]
Skarn’s domain is bloated with activities, and you can expect the same kinds of wilderness gameplay present in Immortal’s other zones: lairs, bounties, events, quests, and plenty of loot. [...]
Similarly vital to Skarn’s plot are the Pits of Anguish—spawning pools for Abyssal Gargantuans buried deep in the Hells. One pit in particular serves as our dungeon for the zone; when you set foot on its shores, you’ll battle blade-wielding demonic cultivators and tackle a screen-filling boss fight with the most blood by volume of any in the game..
Finally, let me remind you that Diablo Immortal will be released June 23, 2022 on mobile devices with And/iOS systems. At some unspecified date the title will also hit the PC.