A participant spends $100,000 on Diablo Immortal and may now not combat different gamers

A Diablo Immortal player has put a large amount of money into the game – over $100,000 – and can’t fight other players.

The reason, the player says, is that their power level is “so high” that they “literally can’t get onto the battlefield.”

Youtuber jtisallbusiness posted a the video are debating recouping their costs for Diablo Immortal, which they say is more than $100,000.

In the video they said, “I can’t do the things I spent money on for this character, and I don’t have time for things to actually be fixed, or even know if things will be fixed, because I’m the only player in the world with this problem.

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A player spent $140,000 on Diablo Immortal.
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Jtisallbusiness mentioned that they asked Blizzard for help through their official forums and on Twitter, but received a lackluster response.

The developer stated that they were “aware of the problem”, but nothing has been done since. Very upset, jtisallbusiness mentioned in their video that they are considering getting lawyers to help them sort out the business.

Former Blizzard CEO Mike Ybarra defended Diablo Immortal’s microtransaction systems, claiming that the “vast majority” of players don’t spend money on the game. “The philosophy has always been to run a great game and make sure hundreds of millions of people can participate in the entire campaign at no cost.”

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A player is considering returning his purchases because his power level is so high that he can no longer fight other players.
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The cost to “exploit” your character hasn’t stopped players from spending big on Diablo Immortal. This reached $140 million in revenue within two months of its release. In other Diablo news, Diablo fans can secure access Diablo IV – If they get a tattoo.

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