By Jay / / 2022 Games News

Microtransactions in mobile games are cruel to players because mobile games are designed to make quick profits. In general, a gambling system with a 0.01 percent is used to obtain the premium items. Developers aren’t afraid to include a pay-to-win system for each item.

Games like Diablo Immortal are no exception. Diablo Immortal, a mobile game that was also released on PC, has a system that only benefits those who pay more. Because of the pay-to-win system, the game is completely unbalanced. Because of Diablo Immortal’s microtransactions system, many gamers who primarily play games on consoles and PCs begin to protest in various ways.

Quin69 New Zealand Streamer Paid $110,000 for Diablo Immortal

One of them is what the following New Zealand gamer and streamer did. Quin69, a game streamer from New Zealand, recently received a five-star gem in Diablo Immortal and realized he had spent $25k USD. Realizing this, he immediately uninstalled Diablo Immortal from his PC after he used his 5-star gem to upgrade items in Diablo Immortal.

Quin69 did this as an act of protest against the ruthless microtransactions system for gamers. Diablo Immortal does not have a direct item purchase system but must buy a Legendary Crest gacha which does not guarantee that he will get the desired item.

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Diablo Immortal’s system was ruthless but if you want to play them Diablo Immortal is now available on PC and mobile, but it has been delayed in China however Blizzard will compensate Chinese players.


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