Diablo Immortal clans say they are being mass reported

Diablo Immortal clans claim that after competing in the climactic PvP battle of Blizzard’s RPG, and in some cases achieving Immortal status on their server, they are subjected to mass reports from other players, causing their clan names to automatically change .

The Rite of Exile pits different clans against each other, and the winning group gets the chance to face the reigning Immortal clan, which sits atop each server. If the incumbent immortals are defeated, a new clan takes their place, becoming top dog until the rite of exile runs again. However, various players have reported that after competing in Rite of Exile, and in some cases winning, their clans are mass reported and their names automatically changed by Blizzard.

“Our Immortal was mass reported and banned the day of the rite,” says a Diablo Immortal player. “It happened to us on our last day in government,” says another. “That system is rubbish as it has no consequences for false reports.”

“Our immortals were mass reported during this last rite,” claims a third player. – We still won.

Players have offered various explanations as to why clans that win or compete in Rite of Exile are reported and have their names forcibly changed, with some claiming that it may be the result of opponents or other players on their servers specifically targeting them, while others say the cause may be more technical, and based on a feature in Diablo Immortal’s user interface.

“I’m guessing the sour grapes guys reported the name en masse and Blizz has reacted this way,” says one player, referring to another post, where a Rite of Exile participant claims their clan has had their name reported and automatically changed. “I doubt there’s anything wrong with the name, just people being bitter.”

“We think it was because the report button is in the middle of the graphic that shows when the government ends,” explains another player, “and when people go to press the screen to close it, they accidentally press the report button. “It was nothing controversial about our name.”

PCGamesN has reached out to Activision Blizzard for comment regarding how clan names are reported and changed, and will update this story with additional information.

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