Diablo's new mobile game Diablo Immortal, which confirmed its launch next month, has faced an unexpected challenge in Europe. In Belgium and the Netherlands, the game is not available.
The two countries' gambling law prohibits the sale of rootboxes, so Diablo Immortal, which contains' draw 'elements in the game, cannot be serviced. Foreign Tweakers quotes interviews with Blizzard Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg), and reports that "Diablo Immortal> cannot be serviced because of" current operating conditions for the game in the country. " did.
Belgium and the Netherlands illegally define the sales of rootbox and the transfer of game items in the game. There are no drawing items in Overwatch and FIFA, which are being serviced in this area. The regional authorities are taking a very strong position.
For example, the Netherlands imposed a fine of 500,000 euros every week until EA sold the rootbox in FIFA's Ultimate Team mode. The EA appealed, and in March, the Dutch Supreme Court sentenced the ruling to be fined.
Blizzard sells in-app payment products in Diablo Immortal, which includes random items. 'Eternity of Eternity', which is used to purchase legendary sentences, platinum and reunification, is a goods used in strengthening combat power (legendary sentence). The business model (BM) is the Battle Pass, one-time goods, and monthly amounts.
Diablo Immortal will be officially serviced in Korea on June 3 and supports PCs (Battle.net)-Mobile cross play. It shows the point of view between Diablo 2 and Diablo 3, and the player selects one of the six occupations such as barbarians, temples, demon hunters, monks, necromons, and wizards. It is Blizzard's second mobile game, following Hearthstone, and developed it in collaboration with China's Netize.