The microtransactions nobody likes them. However, we must bear in mind that Diablo Immortal is not one of the worst that we find in the video game in terms of microtransactions. In fact, there are a lot of games that crossed the line without any hesitation, but Blizzard seems to have tried to probe their community to the point of making it explode. Now the website maxrollknown for providing guides and support for players of Diablo II, Diablo III and Lost Ark, has decided stop supporting to the game.
As reported by the team behind the website, we found a total of 5 motifs for those who have reached that decision, to highlight the microtransactions and the lack of remedy for a game that, as they argue, “is not fun and is a terrible feeling that extinguishes the motivation to log in”. The team argues that “Diablo Immortal far exceeds what we understand by pay to win directly inherited from mobile gaming.”
His journey through the worlds of Diablo Immortal did not begin with its launch on June 2, but the team behind it has played since the first technical alpha of the RPG; something that has brought them money and visibility, but it is going against your values like players. For this reason, not only will they stop giving support, but since last July 1, the game’s guides and forums have been completely eliminated by Maxroll.
“For this to be saved, the system would have to be severely limited. pay to win and give the players Free-to-Play a real shot. That is why as this is not fulfilled, we do not see a way forward for us. This is why we chose to close the branch before the first major update: we don’t envision Blizzard implementing a remedy strong enough to fix mistakes,” the team adds on its website.
maxroll, developed Y managed solely for fanshas become a pilgrimage site for many gamers eager to discover all the ins and outs of their favorite games, but lately it has been relegated to a policy discussion forum in-game of the American company. The future of the website will revolve around the 3 aforementioned games, plus a section dedicated exclusively to Path of Exile and Diablo IV in the future.