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After a storm of criticism against Diablo Immortal

Diablo Immortal, which is free-to-play, was heavily criticized when it debuted in June due to its numerous microtransactions as well as the “pay-to-win” famous gem system D2R ladder items, even though it was reported to have made an estimated $50 million in its first month. Blizzard hasn’t yet responded to issues with how the game is monetized.

And Blizzard the president Mike Ybarra instead defending the game’s monetization strategy in an interview with. After a storm of criticism against Diablo Immortal, Blizzard has made clear that while Diablo IV will have an in-game microtransactions shop, it will only be used for optional cosmetics and that there will be no way to pay real money for game-specific power.

“Well, in a lot of ways Diablo IV is an affectionate letter to our fans,” Shely said. “We’ve made a lot of effort to focus on the theme of returning the darkness. We’re aware that when we release the next Diablo game, the fans have a lot of expectations from Diablo:R.

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Diablo, and previous Diablo experiences that they’ve enjoyed. So we know that we have a lot of things that need to be present. When we look at the classes, we wanted to ensure that the same experiences that players remember fondly from previous Diablo games were accessible, but also bring them into more modern versions of them.”

Some Of Diablo IV’s classes are not brand new but haven’t been played in quite some time. The Rogue returns from the original Diablo and is a combination with Diablo’s Amazon and Assassin classes. Additionally, Diablo’s Druid from Diablo also makes an appearance buy d2r items. All of Diablo’s other characters–the Barbarian, Sorceress, and Necromancer- have been present included in Diablo, III, and Diablo Immortal.

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