Diablo Immortal Players Will be “Deprived of Third-Party Orbs”, Leading to Huge Debts

Diablo Immortal players are “stripped of third-party orbs”, which can lead to huge debts. Players are said to have to pay back “debts” before they can use legal orbs again.


Diablo Immortal players who purchased orbs on third-party sites claim that Blizzard has begun withdrawing them from their accounts, leaving them with “orb debts.”

As spotted by PCGamesN, reports of orbs being revoked appeared on Reddit this week after users noticed their accounts showing negative orb balances.

This means that for players to purchase additional legal orbs, they must first clear their outstanding balance.

Although purchasing orbs through third-party sellers is against the game’s terms of service, some players choose to do so because it’s cheaper than using the game’s official system.

Some users have claimed that accounts that do not pay back their orb debt after a certain period of time will be permanently banned, while others claim that instead of receiving a debt, they will be banned immediately.

In Diablo Immortal, orbs can be purchased in packs of $60 for $0.99, $315 for $4.99, $630 for $9.99, $1950 for $24.99, $3450 for $49.99, and $7200 for $99.99. In comparison, third-party sites offer 7,200 orbs for between $30 and $50.

It’s unclear how these third-party sites even get the orbs, as they can only be obtained officially from the in-game store. Neither the game’s battle ticket nor daily rewards provide the currency.

Blizzard claimed in late July that Diablo Immortal had been installed more than 30 million times since its June 2 mobile and PC release.

According to market research firm Sensor Tower, the mobile version of Diablo Immortal generated more than $100 million in eight weeks.

Source: VGC

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