Despite the fact that Diablo 2: Resurrection had a successful launch, it is precisely this success that has led to the remade ARPG's current problems. The Diablo 2: Resurrected game has been plagued by serious server issues for more than a week, which have been attributed to a large influx of players and antiquated online legacy code from the original game. It will take some time for the Diablo 2: Resurrected development team to complete their improvements, which they are currently working on. Diablo 2: Resurrection players, on the other hand, are expressing their dissatisfaction in a loud manner.
The negative aspects of a community can emerge quickly, even if they are limited to a small number of players who are experiencing difficulties. And that's exactly what's happened with the Diablo community on Reddit, where frustrated players have flocked to the Diablo-related subreddit to express their frustration with queue times and other issues. The vast majority of the posts currently appearing on the front page of the subreddit are negative, with many people going so far as to say that they intend to seek a refund from the company.
One post with a large number of upvotes draws attention to the fact that Blizzard did not implement the same queue system on consoles as they did on computers. Therefore, players have no way of knowing whether or not the servers are under duress at the time of writing. They simply have to attempt to log on and hope that Diablo 2: Resurrected's servers aren't already completely slammed. An additional post demonstrates that the problem isn't limited to logging in, but is actually with the servers themselves. Because the servers are making loading times into Waypoints intolerable, their level 85 hardcore Sorcerer died while they were loading into a Waypoint to save their lives.
The new queue system in Diablo 2: Resurrected has been the primary focus of many of the posts so far. The frustration of attempting to log on when they had an hour to spare, only to spend 15 minutes watching a queue number that never decreased before logging off was described by one player. Another player requests that Blizzard allow players to play offline while still in the queue so that they can switch over when a spot becomes available on the server. Those who disagree argue that it isn't worth it to stand in line at all because Diablo 2: Resurrected will crash and force players to re-queue if they buy Diablo 2 items.
For the foreseeable future, Diablo 2: Resurrection will be in this state, which is regrettably true. Efforts to make improvements are being made by the development team, but they are dealing with complex problems and code that is more than 20 years old. It could take months to rebuild, and it may not even be possible to reconstruct certain sections of it.
Players who are experiencing ongoing server issues in Diablo 2: Resurrection may not notice a significant difference, but the development team's sincerity is clear based on their ongoing communication about the game's issues. In a statement, the Diablo 2: Resurrected development team stated that it has people working extremely hard to manage incidents in real time and that it will continue to work until the game experience feels good to us not only as developers, but also as players and members of the community. Of course, there's nothing stopping players from requesting a refund right away and returning later when Diablo 2: Resurrected is in a better state.