What to do when people start hating your game when it’s not even available? Suppress all the negativity to prevent bad publicity?
Some rumors have been pointing out a drop in the number of dislikes and negative comments Blizzard’s mobile Diablo Immortal has been getting under its videos on Youtube.
Here’s how people have been reacting to this:
@Lost_Pause_ Hey Noble, could you talk about the Blizzard controversy? How they are deleting YouTube comments, and dislikes on their announcement for the new Diablo game…..on mobile. Just saw this while looking through the comments pic.twitter.com/nnETAz9bSr
— SemiThunder (@RealSemiThunder) November 4, 2018
So first you delete comments on YouTube. And now you remove dislikes? Goodbye Blizzard. You have turned on your fans. Here is a screenshot before a refresh and after. Yes, on my phone. pic.twitter.com/Ej5LSZ9ihn
— JonAnger (@JonAnger) November 4, 2018
And there’s always a Robert Downey Jr. gif for any situation:
@Blizzard_Ent Guys deleting youtube comments that simply criticise your product and re-uploading videos to erase dislikes is not the way to build trust. Just face it, your loyal fans do not want mobile games. Diablo 2 remaster and Diablo 4, is that so hard? #diabloimmortal pic.twitter.com/HgWzwNh20r
— Rigged for Epic (@riggedforepic) November 3, 2018
This story still developing and we still haven’t heard any comments from Blizzard. Have you?
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