As for buying stuff in-game, I know that if you want the best of the best gear and items, the stuff you’ll need to win in PvP and top the leaderboards, you’ll likely need to fork over a lot of money. But I just don’t care about any of that. ... all the anger around it has confused me.
If the awesome free game stops letting me play after 30 hours or whatever, I’ll just move on and enjoy something else.
It runs flawlessly on my iPhone SE (2nd gen), doesn't eat up the battery, and the virtual controls are perfectly adequate. It feels magical for an iOS game.
But this is what's paying for my free game:
The coercive monetisation of Diablo Immortal.— Michael (@BellularGaming) June 8, 2022
They aren’t interested in delivering fair value for a fair price. pic.twitter.com/Wfaa2OG772