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Diablo Immortal: You Hate… But You Pay! – jeuxvideo.com

Diablo Immortal: You Hate… But You Pay!  – jeuxvideo.com
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On the Daily menu, we talk about the Call of Duty anti-cheat system. We continue with great success (in halftone) of Diablo Immortal, then we will end with a lawsuit against Elon Musk. The Daily, let’s go!

COD’s New Anti-Cheat System Is Pretty Fun

The developers of Call of Duty: Warzone launched a rather radical new anti-cheat feature: cheaters are disarmed in the middle of a game, even losing their arms. This system is called Ricochet, part of a larger program: Mitigation (“mitigation” in the language of Molière) of one the objective is to reduce cheating on their game. A warning was issued in a video shared by Call of Duty, then relayed on social networks, where we see the sanction apply. As a result, being unable to use melee or their weapons, cheaters face a dead end. The first results are rather conclusive. Since the last update on April 26, over 180,000 players have reportedly been banned for cheating on Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard. Other sanctions are already in place, while others are in development.


Diablo Immortal is a scandal BUT also a big success

Half a month after its release, Diablo Immortal is still talked about, and not for the right reasons. Indeed, its economic system is strongly criticized, approaching more of a Pay-to-Win than a Free-to-Play. Astronomical sums are necessary in order to really see the end, or €100,000 on average per player. Despite this amount, you are not sure to have good equipment directly. A few days ago, streamer Quin shelled out almost €10,000 without getting what he was looking for. And yet… Diablo Immortal is a real financial success, with 24 million dollars in revenue in two weeks. This success contrasts with users’ Metacritic ratings: 0.3 on PC, where the game is in beta, and 0.4 on smartphones and tablets. It remains to be seen what will happen to its release in China, a crucial market for Blizzard, delayed for still unclear reasons.


A 258 billion lawsuit against Elon Musk

Elon Musk is once again in the spotlight, with a lawsuit worth 258 billion dollars. According to Bloomberg, Musk, SpaceX and Tesla, his two big companies, were part of a large-scale pyramid scheme designed to control the price of Dogecoin while convincing people online that the cryptocurrency was a legitimate and sound investment. . The lawsuit was filed June 16 in court for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan. It is a certain Keith Johnson, an investor, who is at the origin of this lawsuit, and claims the sums described some line above, in damages, in addition to prohibiting Elon Musk from promoting Dogecoin.


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