A Diablo Immortal player has splashed an enormous amount of money on their character in Blizzard’s divisive new recreation.
Nevertheless, in consequence, their matchmaking report is now “so excessive” they “actually can’t get a battleground”.
Content material creator jtisallbusiness is now debating an try to get a refund for his or her spending – which they declare to be “round $100k” – from Blizzard.
In a video, the streamer even admitted they’re contemplating calling in attorneys to assist with their slightly distinctive state of affairs.
“I can’t do issues that I spent cash on this character to do, and I’ve no timeframe of when issues are going to truly be fastened, and even know if issues are going to be fastened as a result of I’m the one player in all the world with this drawback,” they mentioned.
Jtisallbusiness said they beforehand tried to contact Blizzard immediately via boards and Twitter about their predicament. The reply they obtained from the corporate mentioned that it was “conscious of the problem”. Nevertheless, nothing has modified for jtisallbusiness since then.
Final month, Blizzard boss Mike Ybarra defended the controversial microtransactions present in Diablo Immortal.
Presently, Ybarra said that the “overwhelming majority” of gamers weren’t spending any cash inside the recreation.
“The philosophy was all the time to lead with nice gameplay and ensure that a whole lot of thousands and thousands of individuals can undergo the entire marketing campaign with none prices. From that standpoint, I really feel actually good about it as an introduction to Diablo,” he mentioned.
In the meantime, the sport’s builders are at the moment battling an XP bug which it’s claimed has price gamers “thousands and thousands” of misplaced expertise factors.