Diablo Immortal player spends $100,000 on the game and now can’t find anyone suitable to matchmake

Diablo Immortal player spends $100,000 on the game and now can't find anyone suitable to matchmake
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UPDATE 3/8/22: Blizzard has responded to the Diablo Immortal player failing to get onto the battlegrounds after spending a whopping $100,000 in-game.

In a new video jtisallbusiness announced that the developer will release a fix for the issue.

“Blizzard reached out to me,” jtitsallbusiness said, before explaining that a Blizzard representative informed them that the company had “approved a fix” that will be implemented in the “next few days.”

“[I] I can’t wait to see how the new system works. Hopefully it’s better designed,” they added.

Jtisallbusiness acknowledged that getting the media and gaming community’s attention to its spending on Diablo Immortal helped resolve the situation.

“[I] I really hope Blizzard thinks about how players can better communicate about this game,” said jtitsallbusiness. “If you invest a lot of money in a game, [or] Even if you don’t invest a lot of money… You should have some kind of customer service to be able to talk about something.”

For those interested, here is the Diablo Immortal character from jtisallbusiness.

money well spent? (via jtisallbusiness/youtube)

The original story continues below.

ORIGINAL STORY 08.01.22: A Diablo Immortal player has splashed a huge amount of money on their character in Blizzard’s controversial new game.

As a result, however, their matchmaking record is now “so high” that they “literally can’t get a battleground.”

Evil is everywhere in the Diablo Immortal launch trailer.

Content Creators jtisallbusiness is now considering trying to get a refund for her expenses – which are said to be “around $100,000” – from Blizzard.

In one video, the streamer even admitted he’s considering hiring lawyers to help with their rather unique situation.

“I can’t do things that I’ve spent money on on this character and I have no timeframe for when things will actually get fixed or even know if things will get fixed because I’m the only player in the whole world with this problem,” they said.

Jtisallbusiness stated that they had previously attempted to contact Blizzard directly through forums and Twitter about their predicament. The response they received from the company said it was “aware of the issue”. However, nothing has changed for jtisall business since then.

Last month Blizzard boss Mike Ybarra defended the controversial microtransactions in Diablo Immortal.

At this point, Ybarra stated that the “vast majority” of players would not spend money in the game.

“The philosophy has always been to lead with great gameplay and ensure hundreds of millions of people can go through the entire campaign at no cost. From that point of view, I feel really good about introducing Diablo,” he said.

Meanwhile, the developers of the game are currently Tackling an XP bug that is claimed to have cost players “millions” in lost experience points.

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