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Diablo 3 Gained Negative Feedback on its Launch Day

One of the most awaited PC and Mac gaming sequel this year is Diablo 3. Today, this game has been officially launched, and a number of PC and Mac users have already purchased / pre-purchased this game. With its new raft of role playing game experiences, this game has gained a huge number of users on its launch day.

On its first day, it has reached around the world, and has gained a lot of reactions from the players. Below are some of users’ reactions to Diablo 3’s launching.

Annoyed Gamer is Annoyed

Annoyed and frustrated players are complaining that they can’t successfully login since servers are too overcrowded. This led them to create a conference in Twitter under the hashtag of #Error37. It began trending on twitter, gaining mix complaints, critical reviews, and even hilariouscomments. In this regard, Blizzard has already acknowledged this problem on their Support page. The forum was pretty much flooded with concerns regarding difficulties in logging into the Battle.net. This however has already been warned to gamers that there might be delays on its launch day. Blizzard reads, “Due to high concurrency the login servers are currently at full capacity. This may cause delays in the login process, account pages and web services. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience while this is being resolved.”

A Really Long Wait


Then there’s always someone who’ll rant about waiting for so long only to find out that they’ll get this error from time to time.

Error Rage

Not only World of Warcraft has its very own rage guy, but alsoi in Diablo 3. This guy has obviously been so frenzy whenever he gets this error37 from Diablo 3. Watch the video and tell us how you can relate in the comment section below!

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