Diablo Immortal’s microtransactions may seem like a fundamental requirement if you want to beat the game’s climactic boss battle, and establish yourself at the top of your server as an ‘immortal’. Wudijo, a Diablo YouTuber who covers methods to strengthen your character without microtransactions, emerged victorious from fighting the ultimate (and eponymous) immortal boss, and also the subsequent PvP battle that decides which clan will become the new immortals on a Diablo server, and they did it without spending a single penny. SImply accessing the immortal boss fight presents an enormous challenge in itself. The immortal can be either a player nominated from within the current, ruling immortal clan, or – if it’s a fresher server without an elected immortal – a highly powered NPC, which you, your teammates, and members of other clans who graduated from the Rite of Exile, have to work to take down. The game is designed to move the biggest spenders to the top of all leaderboards by default, and being competitive at all is almost impossible without that.” Despite the financial success of Diablo Immortal, players have criticised the game for restricting mission and character progression through microtransactions. Wudijo, however, has managed to reach immortal status without buying anything. But one YouTuber has demonstrated how spending money on legendary gems and loot boxes is not entirely necessary to reach Diablo Immortal’s highest character status. Although it is possible to acquire the immortal status without microtransactions, it seemingly requires a lot of cooperation and support from a clan of paying players. (PCGamesN). Continue reading.
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