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PC experiences are not the best in the world

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We heard from the Diablo 2 Producer that claims Blizzard don’t know gamers anymore and he could have a point. All the people defending Blizzard are using sentences like “entitled gamers being toxic” but is that really the case? Diablo has always been on PC and Blizzard has no plans to bring the mobile game to the platform which raises the question “do they even know their audience”? Why in the burning hells would a studio who has always catered to PC gamers create a mobile game? Do they not understand their audience or are they trying to enforce their 2018 company money-making strategy on them?

It all boils down to them losing touch with what they were once great for. All I have seen on the net are hardcore fans saying Blizzard has been slipping for years now and this is the proof that the company has been on a downward spiral. For every passionate worker at Blizzard and Buy Diablo Immortal Gold, there is a corporate man standing behind them making sure the money comes in. This has been going on since Activision bought Blizzard out all those years ago. This strategy may work for Call of Duty, but I believe you cannot pull the wool over everyone’s eyes.

Let’s be honest, mobile games, when compared to console and PC experiences are not the best in the world. Often they are ridden with in-game purchases and the worst of the kind. If you have ever complained about in-game purchases in console and PC games, then wait until you are faced with cooldowns that prevent you from starting a mission or opening a loot chest unless you have energy.

I have tried many RPG games on mobile, the Dungeon Hunter being one particular one. This game bears a very Diablo-esque vibe to it and hardcore RPG mechanics. Where it falters is in its money-making microtransactions that lock weapons, upgrades and even levels away from you. Want that sword to be stronger? You need gems that are bought with real money. Want to play for a lengthily period and perhaps get somewhere in the game? Sorry, but you are out of energy so no.

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