Diablo Immortal has reached over 20 million installs, a new milestone for the product. On this occasion, NPH gave gifts to players.
According to developer Blizzard, Diablo Immortal has reached the milestone of 20 million installs. The publisher on the occasion of this event also gives players many gifts. Both the timeline and the gift for gamers have been announced on the Diablo Immortal Twitter account.
Gifts include legendary badges, 30,000 gold, and 200 crafting materials. However, many gamers “criticize” NPH’s gifts are small, nothing compared to the player’s deposit amount. Some people left sarcastic comments under Blizzard’s giveaway post.
Mike Ybarra (head of Blizzard) has argued that most players don’t spend any money on Diablo Immortal. Products are released for free up to 99.5%.
Diablo Immortal is out on PC and mobile devices. According to detailed information from Activision Blizzard through a recent update on the official website, the game continues to be optimized and provides players with many attractive experiences.
In just over two weeks, Diablo Immortal has racked up over 8.5 million downloads and as of mid-June has generated $24 million for developer Blizzard, making the game the second-highest-grossing product behind. Hearthstone.
As for the Chinese version, after being delayed for 1 month, NetEase recently said that it will release the product in the country of billions of people on July 28. The delay was in fact due to a deleted social media post that was interpreted as criticizing the Chinese President, according to people familiar with the situation. The official Diablo Immortal account that NetEase operates on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo has been blocked from posting for “violating relevant laws and regulations,” according to a statement. A NetEase representative declined to comment on this.
New video games are coming under increasing scrutiny in China, where game makers need government approval, the report said. The licensing process has resumed after a months-long hiatus, but neither Tencent nor NetEase have been approved so far.