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If you’re new to mobile gaming you will be asked to join a server. Naturally, you want to just pick any random one that’s in your region because it’s the easiest decision. Servers are incredibly important when you’re playing an online game. It might not seem important at the beginning because you want to dive into the game and see what the hype is all about. If you want to enjoy your gameplay here’s a list of all the Diablo Immortal Servers and why they’re important for your experience.

Diablo Immortal Servers

Blizzard Entertainment released a complete list of servers you can join. The complete list is as follows:

North America/West:

  • Caldesann
  • Kanai
  • Eternal Crown
  • Deckard Cain
  • Zoltun Kulle
  • Sand Scorpions
  • Stormshield
  • Old Growth
  • The Soulstone
  • 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

North America/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

Europe:

  • Dark Exile
  • Arreat Summit
  • Sightless Eye
  • The Unspoken
  • Angiris Council
  • Blood Rose
  • The Countess
  • Talva Sivertongue
  • 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

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

South America/Portuguese:

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

South America/Spanish:

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

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

Oceania:

  • Baal
  • Bloodsworn

Diablo Immortal Servers Why They’re Important

Please don’t just pick a random server to join. If you’re a gamer who wants to play with friends, make sure you’re all on the same server. If you have multiple friends on multiple servers you can’t play with them. You can only play with friends on your server. Another important reason to focus on servers is to make sure everyone speaks the same language. It also helps to avoid lag when you’re in your region, and lastly, it allows you to play with others in your time zone.

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