Although there's a significant chunk in Season 27 to go until Season 28 will be revealed the next season, it's best to be prepared for Diablo's next onslaught. So, D2R Items is everything we are aware of about the time that Season 27 is expected to conclude and in the beginning of Season 28 and what the next theme could be.
In the moment that Diablo Immortal was announced at BlizzCon 2018, a lone fan stood before the designers of the game for mobile players that is free to inquire: "Is this an out-of-season April Fools' joke?" This general vitriol and mockery continued to surround Diablo Immortal up until its recently announced launch. This vitriol hasn't abated since. But this isn't the quick-witted reaction to disappointing announcements or the fact the game is accessible on mobile devices. It's a result of Diablo Immortal's microtransactions which even though they're expensive, weren't invented out of air.
Diablo Immortal is doused in many in-game transactionsan unending wall of deals with exaggerated numbers to convince players how much they spend in a row, they'll save. This is a common practice in the mobile market for many years, however different the way of presenting it may have looked. This is the case with Genshin Impact's Genesis Crystal store, where buying large amounts of money will give players an additional amount of the same exact currency. You also see it in the case of Lapis -the currency paid of Final Fantasy Brave Exvius -It entices players through "bonus" currency that goes into the thousands when purchasing packs of currency worth up to $100.
"A usual tactic in mobile games and any game using microtransactions, is to make the money," an anonymous employee working within the mobile game industry recently explained to me. "Like in the event that I buy $1, I might get two different currencies (gold and jewels for instance). It's helpful to disguise the real value of the money since there's not a single conversion. And, we also purposefully put worse deals [beside] other deals in order to buy d2r items make others appear more lucrative and players feel like they're smarter for saving on their expenses and also getting the better deals."