The Immortal Diablo is in trouble in China because of Winnie the Pooh

The Immortal Diablo is in trouble in China because of Winnie the Pooh

Immortal Diablofree game Diablo A mobile and PC game, which was delayed in China last month due to a social media post that could be interpreted as a criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to Bloomberg.

The position that came from the official Immortal Diablo The Weibo account, said to have alluded to Winnie the Pooh, who has been banned from the internet in China because he is used to mocking the president. Bloomberg It says the account has since been suspended for “violating relevant laws and regulations”.

Immortal Diablo It’s now launching in China on July 25, although the date may change, Bloomberg reports. The game, which was jointly developed by Blizzard Entertainment and Chinese tech giant NetEase, has been out for more than a month in several countries, but was delayed a few days before its launch in China on June 23. In a short post about the delay on its Chinese website, Blizzard (via Google Translate) said the development team would be making improvements to the game but made no mention of the social media post.

despite of Immortal Diablo Not out in China yet, Blizzard said in June that the game has seen “The biggest launch in franchise history.” But the game has received some criticism due to the cost of upgrading your character and playing with some bugs when playing on Samsung devices with Exynos chips.

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