The blogger spent so much money on his Diablo Immortal character that he has no one to play with

The blogger spent so much money on his Diablo Immortal character that he has no one to play with

The American strimer jtisallbusiness shared with viewers on YouTube an unusual problem: a conditional free role-playing act by Diablo Immortal of the Blizzard Entertainment does not allow a blogger to enter PvP.

It turns out that, since the launch, jtisallbusiness has spent around $100,000 on its Diablo Immortal character, winning hundreds of matches and earning an unusually high combat rating.

The intra-game achievements of jtisallbusiness have led to the failure of the Diablo Immortal game system to allow it to enter the PvP modes of "field of battle" and "Order of expulsion" because it cannot find a worthy rival for the blogger.

According to jtisallbusiness, the problem has been happening for a month and a half, and the Blizzard is not in a hurry to solve it despite his many appeals, and the blogger also concluded that he is the only person in the world who is in such a situation.

So far, jtisallbusiness has been wondering if it would be necessary or uninteresting to subpoena from the Blizzard Entertainment the investment in Diablo Immortal, because the character without access to the PvP Strimer is neither necessary nor interested.

Commenting on the video, the audience praised jtisallbuses for exposing aggressive monetization issues and advised him to blame himself for the current situation, not the selection of players.

Diablo Immortal started on June 2, on iOS, Android, and PC on Battle.net. The game has already brought the Blizzard over $100 million and has been downloaded more than 30 million times around the world.