You can’t play Diablo on your phone. At least, you can’t yet. Diablo Immortal is on the way, but until it lands you’re going to have to do some digging if you want to scratch your Diablo itch while you’re on the move.

Not that much digging, though, since you’re already reading our list of the best mobile games like Diablo in 2021. All of these games capture parts of the spirit of Diablo, whether it’s the dungeon crawling, the massive battles or the general sense of being up against it.

We reckon there’s going to be something for everyone here, so here are what we think are the ten best mobile games like Diablo in 2021. There’s even download links so you can get playing ASAP.

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition

Probably the closest you’re going to get to Diablo on your phone until Diablo Immortal lands. This is a huge ARPG set across various ancient myths. There’s plenty of violence, even more loot, and a story that’s going to keep you hooked throughout. And this Legendary Edition features all of the DLC too.

Download from the App Store or Play Store

Bastion

A gorgeous and unique hack and slasher. It’s got several impressive tricks up its sleeve, and a story that’s going to keep you engrossed from the first second to the last. Even a few years after it originally came out, it’s still one of the best games you can play on mobile.

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Eternium

Eternium wears its Diablo influences proudly on its sleeve. It doesn’t mess about, building a massive fantasy world and letting you pick from one of three different characters to batter your way through it. It’s fun, it’s massive, and it’s fair. Check it out.

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Raziel: Dungeon Arena

This one offers a mix of single and multiplayer content, letting you hack and slash through dungeons on your own or team up for some co-op crawling. There’s a tag team battle system and some other clever twists that are going to keep you on your toes.

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Zenonia 5

A hacky slashy JRPG with some PvP content thrown in for good measure. The story is big and bonkers, as is the violence. There’s a lot to love in the Zenonia series, and Zenonia 5 stands at its apex, looking down and being generally awesome.

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Nonstop Knight 2

A more hands-off approach to hacking and slashing. Your Knight legs it through the dungeons on its own, letting you poke out massive attacks when they’re charged up. It’s surprisingly addictive and a lot of fun.

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Dungeon Hunter 5

A big, meaty thwack of a game. It’s got all the ingredients of Diablo – dungeons, loot, epic violence – but it presents them in its own unique way. Some might balk at the f2p model, but there’s a lot of crunching fun to be had here.

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Wayward Souls

There are shades of Diablo here, mixed up with roguelite mechanics and some classic action game tropes too. It’s big, it’s tough and you’re going to jump into it over and over and over again.

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Crashlands

Crashlands leans on some of what makes Diablo great, but mixes those ideas into a survival framework. Explore, craft, smash up bad guys. It doesn’t have the repetitive swell of Diablo, but it’s still a lot of fun.

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Barbearian

The best part of this game is that you’re playing as a bear. It also features massive battles, more than 100 levels and a difficulty rating that could best be described as thunderous. This isn’t one for the faint of heart, but it is loads of fun.

Download from the App Store

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