Some players of Diablo 2: Resurrected frustrated for the log-in problems that have plagued the game for nearly a week now have begun asking Blizzard to be refunded.
As reported Kotaku Over the past six days, the remake of the classic Blizzard has intermittent log-in problems for players in the US, Asia and the UK. Specifically, the users they are unable to access servers or a long wait is required to do so.
According to the Blizzard Support Twitter account, the outage could be caused by a problem with the authentication servers that the developers are currently investigating. It all seems to have started with the Diablo 2: Resurrected corrective patch released on October 6 for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation and Xbox platforms.
Some players have shared their frustration on social media, complete with hashtags # RefundD2R on Twitter, with numerous users therefore who are asking Blizzard to be reimbursed. As you can see in one of the tweets below, the company at the moment, while understanding the inconvenience caused by the problem, would be refusing to grant refunds.
The situation is somewhat delicate and the hope is that the developers will be able to solve the flaws that currently afflict Diablo 2: Resurrected
Meanwhile, work on Diablo 4 continues, with Blizzard veteran Joe Shely taking over the project as game director.