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We have talked a lot about the large amounts of money that must be spent in Diablo Immortal to upgrade the characters to their highest level. A figure that according to the last published calculation, would be half a million dollars.
Incredibly high number, which surely no player would spend, although recently there is a user who apparently was on his way to reach that figure.
It’s about the streamer known as Jtisallbusiness, who claims to have spent “around $100k” on Diablo Immortal, resulting in his matchmaking record being too high. Something that has led him to have serious problems finding a match since he literally can’t get a Battleground.
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Due to this, the player finds himself in a fight against Blizzard, since he is debating an attempt to reimburse him for his expenses, to the point that he is thinking of asking a lawyer to help him with his situation.
“I can’t do things that I spent money on this character for, and I don’t have a time frame of when things will be fixed, I don’t even know if things will be fixed because I’m the only player in the entire world with this problem.” Jtisallbusiness said.
Statements that the content creator delivered in a video where he explains his situation, in which he also comments that he has already tried to contact Blizzard directly through forums and Twitter about his situation. The company has so far been unhelpful, saying they were “aware of the problem.”
A new controversy that, despite the fact that it will surely cause some players some amusement, once again demonstrates in a certain way how badly implemented the Diablo Immortal microtransaction platform is.
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