a diablo immortal The player appears to have lost access to the player versus player (PvP) game mode in the title after spending over £80,000 ($100,000) on the free-to-play role-playing game.
YouTuber and Streamer all business have claimed that after spending huge amounts of money on upgrading their character, they are unable to gain access to any PvP games.
He said he spent “48 to 72 hours” queuing for a battlefield match, but every attempt to do so resulted in him not getting a game (via) pcgamen,
In a recent YouTube video, the streamer explained that they are considering a refund of their total expenses or attempting to call lawyers to help with the situation.
“I can’t do the things I’ve spent money on this character to do, and I don’t have a deadline for when things are actually going to be decided, or even know. That things are going to be fixed because I am the only player in the whole world with this problem,” he said.
Jtisallbusiness said they attempted to contract Blizzard via official forums and Twitter, but only received a reply saying it was “aware of the issue.”
Content creators and their clan also recently won the Rite of Exile on their servers and are being prompted repeatedly to “get ready to defend their rule” by playing on the battlefield, but jtisallbusiness is unable to do so. Is.
Their clan is also expected to defend their rule on their servers, but when the jtisallbusiness travels to the entrance of the Rite of Exile to register the clan, they cannot join or schedule a PvP match. . If their clan can’t register in time for the ritual of exile, their rivals will face NPCs instead – meaning all business and their clan could potentially lose the crown.
Jtisallbusiness is also unable to leave the clan or hand over leadership to another member. They estimate that between 30 and 40 of the 300 clan members have spent around £814 ($1,000) upgrading their characters.
In other news, terrariaThe much-awaited 1.4.4 update is apparently “extremely close” to the end of development.