Blizzard Games is out of service in China: Frustrated, Disappointed, Angry Chinese Gamers

Blizzard Games is out of service in China: Frustrated, Disappointed, Angry Chinese Gamers ...

Blizzard games are no longer available in China for a few days, and the company has halted its collaboration with NetEase, deprived Chinese players of well-known games, a situation that also impacted discussions on Weibothe, the country's number one social network.

World of WarcraftHearthstone, Overwatch, Diablo IIIStarCraft II, Warcraft III Reforged, and Heroes of the Storm are no longer available in China (while Diablo Immortal remains available), and this would have prompted quite a few discussions on social networks, where millions of players have poured out their displeasure.

Some people refer to World of Warcraft as their first love, and those who admit that they can't sleep because they've lost all of their progress in Overwatch and Diablo 3 are very dissatisfied and irritated by the situation, since after years of playing the latter, the latter is now completely inaccessible.

Even NetEase did not take a stab at Blizzard well, and the Chinese company has been kicking digs and outbursts at the American company for a long time in the hopes of discrediting her in the eyes of the media and the general public. At the moment, the most famous and loved Blizzard games by players are no longer available in China.

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