Diablo IV Exclusive To WeChat Platform

Hot off the public's immense scrutiny for their handling of a Hearthstone e-sports player's Hong Kong protest, Blizzard has added more fuel to the fire at 2019's BlizzCon by announcing that the upcoming Diablo IV would be exclusive to the Chinese mobile app WeChat.

It's a move that has royally kicked loyal Blizzard fans right in the balls, as they have vocally expressed their displeasure with attempts to push the Diablo franchise on mobile phones in the past.

The crowd attending BlizzCon also appeared visually shook and angered by the announcement, which  only solitifies the current perception that Blizzard only cares about the potential revenue from the Chinese market and is willing to burn their loyal fanbase as expense.

"What, don't you all speak Mandarin and have Huawei phones with WeChat installed?" Said Blizzard President J. Allen Brack, completely misreading the tone in the conference room.

Blizzard President J. Allen Brack.

"You're all a bunch of redneck racists if you have a problem with us creating something for a foreign market that doesn't include you. Learn to adapt to our Chinese financial overlords or be left behind and die!"

"Diablo IV is also optimised to work best on Huawei phones, as we were able to steal the most data from those users thanks to our newfound partnership with the Chinese government."

Brack then made another arrogant move by speaking the rest of his announcement speech in Mandarin, which resulted in a full blown riot and a full evacuation of Blizzard staff.

If  when we hear back from our intern who was trampled on during the violent riot, we will update this post with more information.