Diablo II: Resurrected had a lot of hype surrounding its launch, but it's safe to say that the game hasn't lived up to the expectations of fans. The original game is considered by many to be one of the greatest of all-time, but Resurrected players have encountered constant server issues over the last few weeks, prompting calls for refunds from players. As a result, the hashtag #RefundD2R has become a frequent sight on Twitter. Blizzard Entertainment acknowledged the server issues in a recent blog post, indicating that these issues are not being caused by a single problem, but by many, which is the reason it has taken so long to fix.
Hopefully, the game's developers will be able to resolve Diablo II: Resurrected's issues, but it's clear that fans are getting increasingly frustrated, and taking to social media to air those grievances. Some feel that beta tests should have been able to uncover these issues, but clearly that wasn't the case. For now, fans will just have to wait patiently and see if things can get resolved soon.
Keep reading to see what fans are saying about Diablo II: Resurrected!
There's a lot of frustration right now.prevnext
Some users are even trying to get refunds from Microsoft...prevnext
@BlizzardCS— WokeUpSnorlax (@SnorlaxWokeUp) October 16, 2021
I convinced my partner to #RefundD2R too. She was super enjoying this as it's literally the game she's been looking for and never got to play it as a kid. Still not able to play it so @NintendoAmerica is initiating a refund for this game that's clearly not ready
That's a lot of downtime!
This is a joke. The servers are always down. Like take our money but don’t give us a good enough product to even play once and awhile. This is a joke! #refundd2r #diablo #refund pic.twitter.com/BefizNxbJn— Ryan Anderson (@RyanMjAnderson) October 17, 2021
Weekend downtime is the worst downtime.
It's saturday and I can't play, fix your game blizzard #refundd2r— João Vitor (@jvitormendes7) October 16, 2021
Fans are losing faith in the company.prevnext
Some would rather get their money back than a fix, at this point.
My support for #refundd2r is mounting faster than my desire for nostalgia.— Anthony Stanford (@Jaimes_Bond) October 14, 2021