Diablo Immortal: $100,000 to optimize your character and be denied half the game

Diablo Immortal: $100,000 to optimize your character and be denied half the game

This is both an unusual and sad story that demonstrates the current ridiculous logic of Pay-to-Win free-to-play games.

Gamer JTisallbusiness recently spent over $100,000 on the Diablo Immortal title in order to level his character to the maximum abilities possible on the game. As a result, the player reached the maximum level of resonance.

Some may know the player as he invested in the title to power his own YouTube channel and show the curious how much money you have to put out on the title to get to this point and what it can do in terms of power…

Unfortunately not everything went according to plan as the latter is now being deprived of a good portion of the title…

Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch

Thus, he has such a high MMR that it is impossible for him to find a battlefield, even after 48 hours of queuing… Impossible for him therefore to find a game in PvP due to his ratio of 450 wins to 3 losses.

He can no longer access the Rite of Exile as an immortal either, and the entire group of immortals on his server is also deprived of the rite since he cannot do it as a leader… It is not possible to transfer leadership to another player, so this punishes the entirety of the players on his server.

In a video, the youtuber shares his desperation and calls on the developers to look into a solution… He even mentions asking for a refund, not sure if Blizzard will grant this type of request though.

Gotham Knights gets a video of the first 16 minutes of gameplay with Batgirl Previous post Gotham Knights gets a video of the first 16 minutes of gameplay with Batgirl
Skull & Bones: the story will be set back Next post Skull & Bones: the story will be set back