Diablo Immortal: How to Change Screen Resolution on Mobile and Can It be Changed on PC?

Here's what you need to know about changing screen resolution in Diablo Immortal on mobile and PC.

Although Diablo Immortal has been primarily designed for mobile devices, Blizzard has made the game available on PC as well. Changing your screen resolution on mobile is a fairly straightforward affair, and we list how to do so below, but if you're playing the game on desktop, you may be wondering if it can be changed on that platform in a similar fashion. 

Unfortunately, there is no option to change the game's resolution in the PC version of Diablo Immortal. It was reported that Blizzard has set the PC version of the game at 1080p by default, and this cannot be changed at the moment through normal means.

You have more options to change your FPS cap or V-Sync than in the mobile version, of course, but the closest thing to screen resolution that you can find on the PC version is the "Quality Selection" feature in the Image Accuracy menu.

It's possible that Blizzard will add the screen resolution options menu to the PC version with future patches, but there has been no official announcement of this yet. With that in mined, this guide will explain how to change resolution on mobile in Diablo Immortal

How to Change Resolution in Diablo Immortal on Mobile

As of now, the native option to change screen resolution in Diablo Immortal is only available on the mobile version of the game.

If you play Diablo Immortal on your phone or any other mobile device, then follow these steps to change your resolution:

  1. Go to "Settings" menu.
  2. Select "Graphics" feature.
  3. Go to "Image Accuracy" section.
  4. Choose one of the three available resolution settings:
    • Medium.
    • High.
    • Ultra.

That's all you need to know on how to change screen resolution on PC and mobile in Diablo Immortal. We'll update this guide if the same or similar options become available for desktop players in the future. 

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Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Jun. 8th 2022

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