Twitch streamer Quin69 deleted his Diablo Immortal account in protest after spending more than NZ $ 25,000. He bought a 5-star legendary gem in MMORPG, something that is considered one of the key ways to develop his character. Despite being important for the development of the game, these gems can only be obtained by spending real money on the purchase of surprise boxes, famous Loot box. After receiving the item, the streamer “destroyed” his money before deleting his profile in the game.
In addition to Quin69, more users are complaining about the exercise involving gems and micro-transactions in the new Blizzard title. It is worth mentioning that Diablo Immortal is available for free on Android devices, iPhone (iOS) and PC, where it is in beta.
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Earlier, Quinn spent more than NZ $ 10,000 on a single broadcast without receiving the 5 Star Legendary Gem. At the time, he expressed his displeasure by saying something like, “Who needs 10,000 anyway? What would I buy? A car?” Nonetheless, he continued his experimentation over the past two weeks to test the rarity of jewelry in amazing boxes until he finally found it for the first time in one of his recent series.
Streamer Quin69 spent over R 80,000 to get 5-star legendary money in Diablo Immortal, just to destroy it – Photo: Reproduction / Quin69
Shortly after receiving the gem, Streimer was undecided on what to do with the pattern, even with chat users, who chose to destroy it. For this, he used a very rare 5-star atom, as if it were a lower surface object to reinforce a typical 1-star atom. After the team collapsed, Steamer decided to delete your character again and uninstall the game. On one occasion, Quin69 commented, “No one should play this game in its current state. It is poisonous and only exists to take people’s money.”
Reviews of Diablo Immortal have been strong, and the game has become the lowest rated PC title in the world. MetacriticWith a score of 0.2 out of 10 in user reviews. The game has not been released in some countries that have passed laws banning its use. Loot boxSuch as Belgium and the Netherlands, and more recently its launch in China was delayed a few days before its arrival for improvement purposes.
MMORPG was the first in the franchise to gain access to mobile devices and has its own story, regardless of the titles released for consoles. Despite the criticism, Diablo Immortal has already received 8.5 million downloads and reportedly grossed over 24 24 million. The next game in the series, Diablo 4, has been confirmed, but no release date has been set yet.