Gaming News Diablo Immortal: A date for the release in Asia, the Chinese version is still uncertain
It has been almost a month since Diablo Immortal was released in the West, with its great content but also with its economic system that divides many. Developed by Blizzard and NetEase, the title has grossed over $24 million, but developers are hoping to break that figure with the Asian release.
Surely, if you follow the news of the game, you will only have learned about it a few days after its release in China
A complicated situation in China, but an Asian exit that is becoming increasingly clear
According to several observers, the situation is would be associated with the suspension of Diablo Immortal’s Weibo accountwhat would have been used for Ask for the departure of the “bear”. However, Xi Jinping, the country’s leader, has banned any mockery against him, especially comparison to a bear or Winnie Pooh. The situation would settle NetEase in trouble, which would now be closely monitored by the authorities.
Anyway, the title was postponed indefinitely, but that doesn’t prevent it from being released in some countries on the Asian continent
A compensation package for players to recover
The listing doesn’t no mention of China, which means the issues have not been fixed and it will not be released until after that date (if released). This blog also states that the western launch of the game has been made possible make many improvements
In addition, players who already have access to the title gets a package in which you will find a piece of legendary gear, 100 salvaged materials and 10 enchanted dust. It remains to be seen whether the Asian public, among which the practice of mobile gaming is much more developed, will adopt Diablo Immortal and its economic system. It should be remembered that the latter is the subject of debate, especially because it would have to pay $540,000 to fully optimize a character according to recent calculations.