There’s a lot to be said about the Diablo Immortal change resolution problem. Namely, that there’s basically nothing you can do about it. I mean, mobile users have at least something to work with, while PC people are left all high and dry. Without further ado, let’s dive into the details, shall we?
How to Change Resolution in Diablo Immortal
To change the resolution in Diablo Immortal, you have to go into the graphics settings. There, under the strangely-named section called Image Accuracy, you can choose between Low, Middle, High and Ultra. That’s all you get, and only on mobile. You do not get to set the resolution at all beyond these four options. I mean, there are other settings that you can fiddle with if you want to, but that’s not exactly super-helpful. The only reason to lower the resolution to below Ultra if the game is warning you that your device can’t handle it. And yet, it’s more than PC players get.
On PC, you don’t even get to do that. The game is capped at 1080p, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Oh, the interface snaps right to 4K if that’s the kind of monitor you have, but everything else is in 1080p and looks like chunky soup. So, yeah, that’s the main problem when you try to change the resolution on Diablo Immortal – on mobile, the options are thin on the ground, and on PC, you can’t do anything at all. It seems that the PC version is nothing but a hasty port, and it’s really showing.
Now, the developers might change things up and add real resolution settings in the future. If they do, we’ll be sure to update the guide. As it stands now, this is just another of the plethora of issues with Diablo Immortal. We’ve covered some of them in our guides, like Light Nine Lamps, Lost Runes, Connection Issues & Lag and Stuck on Starting Game Screen Fix. Check them out if you need help.