After several years of development, Diablo Immortal is finally around the corner

Great news for all Diablo series funs. After several years of development, Diablo Immortal is finally around the corner. Closed alpha of Diablo Immortal has started recently and we want to prepare you for the battle. Today we will yell about free to play approach in Diablo Immortal.

Blizzard Entertainment shared the start of the alpha on its official website. The public alpha goes live today (December 18), but is currently only available to a select number of Australian players on Android who pre-registered for Diablo Immortal through the Google Play Store.

“The invites will go out to those players who pre-registered earliest, if their device meets the minimum system requirements,” Blizzard noted. “We’ll also be inviting some select community members to join us so we can get their invaluable feedback.”

So, why the decision to go free-to-play? In a post, Blizzard said that they wanted to focus on gameplay first. They are making sure that the core mechanics should prioritize fun and that “purchases should never circumvent Diablo’s core gameplay.”

When it comes to purchases, it should be worthwhile in deepening player engagement and boosting their enjoyment of the game. Ultimately, Blizzard stated that the purchases “should feel like a bonus” and completely optional to enjoy the game.You may think how to get fast and cheap Diablo Immortal Gold online. has professional guys to serve every Diablo players at this thing. You can buy the fast and safe Diablo Immortal Gold from our store.

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The studio also said that Diablo Immortal will take place in the space between Diablo II and Diablo III. The studio is still leaning on the title as an MMO, too: “Each zone can host dozens of other players with whom you can join forces to tackle large-scale zone events and special quests that require multiple participants.”

“We plan on supporting Diablo Immortal with a constant cadence of free content, including new gear, features, classes, stories and areas to explore,” it continued. “We also want to make sure every purchase feels fair and is guided by a clear set of values that place an emphasis on the player experience for all players.”

Some fans may not like the decision to have a mobile version but a free-to-play approach is ideal. It’s going to attract more players to try the game. What’s going to be interesting is if the in-app purchases are truly not going to have a big impact on the game.

Fifa 21 TOTY: all you need to know about the team of the year

Each year, EA Sports invites football fans to vote for Team of the Year or TOTY. FIFA 21 is no exception to the rule and in a few hours you will be able to choose the players who will make up Team Of The Year. Find out how and when you can vote for your favorite players below.

Who can vote for the Team of the Year?
At FIFA 20, for the first time, everyone was allowed to vote for the Team of the Year on a website that was newly set up for the event. In previous years, this was reserved for athletes, media representatives and selected members of the FIFA community. This year the fans can vote again.

How to vote for the TOTY FIFA 21
Like last year, the voting process should be fairly straightforward. EA will likely create a temporary web page where you can vote for players.



Alisson – Liverpool
Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid
Ederson – Manchester City
Lukáš Hrádecký – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Steve Mandanda – Olympique de Marseille
Keylor Navas – Paris Saint-Germain
Manuel Neuer – Bayern München


Francesco Acerbi – Lazio
Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool
Jordan Amavi – Olympique Marseille
Angeliño – Leipzig
Alphonso Davies – Bayern Munich
Stefan de Vrij – Inter
Matthias Ginter – Borussia M’gladbach
Theo Hernández – Milan
Mats Hummels – Borussia Dortmund
Jesús Navas – Seville
Jordi Alba – Barcelona
Presnel Kimpembe – Paris Saint-Germain
Aymeric Laporte – Manchester City
Marquinhos – Paris Saint-Germain
Andrew Robertson – Liverpool
Sergio Ramos – Real Madrid
Thiago Silva – Chelsea
Virgil van Dijk – Liverpool


Houssem Aouar – Lyon
Bruno Fernandes – Manchester United
Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City
Nabil Fekir – Betis
Alejandro Gómez – Atalanta
Robin Gosens – Atalanta
Raphaël Guerreiro – Borussia Dortmund
Jordan Henderson – Liverpool
Joshua Kimmich – Bayern Munich
Mateo Kovačić – Chelsea
Toni Kroos – Real Madrid
Luis Alberto – Lazio
Merino – Real Sociedad
Parejo – Villarreal
Renato Sanches – Lille
Marcel Sabitzer – Leipzig
Heung-Min Son – Tottenham Hotspur
Lars Stindl – Borussia M’gladbach
Thiago – Liverpool


André Silva – Eintracht Frankfurt
Ben Yedder – AS Monaco
Karim Benzema – Real Madrid
Francesco Caputo – Sassuolo
Cristiano Ronaldo – Piedmont Football
Ángel Di María – Paris Saint-Germain
Paulo Dybala – Piedmont Football
Jack Grealish – Aston Villa
Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund
Ciro Immobile – Lazio
Danny Ings – Southampton
Lorenzo Insigne – Naples
João Félix – Atlético de Madrid
Joselu – Deportivo Alavés
Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
Andrej Kramarić – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
Robert Lewandowski – Bayern München
Romelu Lukaku – Inter
Sadio Mané – Liverpool
Kylian Mbappé – Paris Saint-Germain
Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona
Neymar Jr – Paris Saint-Germain
Mohamed Salah – Liverpool
Raheem Sterling – Manchester City
Luis Suárez – Atlético de Madrid
Jamie Vardy – Leicester City

What are TOTYs?
The TOTY, or the Team of the Year, is an annual selection of the best players of the past calendar year, which is released on FUT in early January. Until 2017, the FIFA TOTY corresponded to FIFA World XI, the team of the best players announced, also in January, by the international football federation. Since 2018, the year in which the FIFA World XI is announced in the summer, EA Sports has adopted a different format that has provided for the vote of some of the well-known faces of the community, such as Youtubers, streamers, former footballers and celebrities. In FIFA 20 the vote was instead extended to all users. The votes were then combined with those expressed directly by Electronic Arts to determine the list of 11 players who will be part of the Team of the Year. At the moment EA Sports has not provided details on how to vote for FIFA 21, only announcing that voting will start on Thursday 7 January.

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John Stones Moments SBC in FIFA 21:cheapest solutions and cost

EA Sports introduced an 86-rated Player Moments version of John Stones from Manchester City to FIFA 21 Ultimate Team today. It can be obtained by completing a set of squad-building challenges (SBC).

Here’s the thing about this John Stones card, it’s not that bad. It’s a good card that lets you upgrade base Joe Gomez. The issue is that he’s going to run you about 145,000 coins, which is significantly more expensive than Gomez. And, for only 50,000 coins more, you can grab base Virgil van Dijk. So, he’s essentially stuck in a spot where he’s not top-tier, but also not good or cheap enough to really be worth your coins. It’s a weird choice from EA as I’m not sure who’s completing this card at that price.

For John Stones, his FUT 21 Moments SBC takes us back to the 2018-19 Premier League season, as his goal-line clearance vs Liverpool helped the Blues stay afloat in a crucial match that they ended up winning to take control of the title race.

EA has upgraded all of Stones’ stats, including Pace (+9), Physical (+7), Dribbling (+7), Shooting (+6), Defending (+6), and Passing (+6) when you compare this new card to his 79-rated gold version. You can complete this SBC until Jan. 12.

Here’s the cheapest solution to complete Player Moments Stones right now, according to FUTBIN, a website that specializes in FIFA content:

GK: Ederson de Moraes 88-rated (Manchester City)
LB: Andrew Robertson 87-rated (Liverpool)
CB: Romain Saïss 82-rated (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
CB: Harry Maguire 82-rated (Manchester United)
RB: Martin Dúbravka 83-rated (Newcastle United)
CM: Jordan Henderson 86-rated (Liverpool)
CM: Jorginho 83-rated (Chelsea)
CM: Mateo Kovačić 83-rated (Chelsea)
LW: Dries Mertens 85-rated (Napoli)
RW: Carlos Vela 83-rated (Los Angeles FC)
ST: Gonzalo Higuaín 83-rated (Inter Miami)

Here are the requirements:

Players from Premier League: Min 1
In-Form TOTW players: Min 1
Squad Rating: Min 85
Team Chemistry: Min 75
Players in Squad: 11

As you can see, the cheapest way to get to the rating is grabbing a few higher-rated players and filling the team out with 83s. The 83-rated market is still super low, while almost everything over 84 is way up in price. Check your club for a few high-rated players and build around them. is the leading marketplace for trading FIFA Mobile Coins. Buyers are guaranteed delivery, and sellers are fully protected against payment fraud. Our traders are real gamers, and we do not support the use of scamming bots. Best Place to Buy Cheap FIFA Mobile Coins, FIFA Mobile 21 Coins, FIFA Soccer Coins now, and get the best deals today!