It has emerged today that a young Taiwanese Diablo 3 gamer has dies from playing the famous game for 40 hours in a row without a break. The boy is from Taiwan, and was found dead in an Internet cafe on July 13th in the afternoon. The cause of death was said to be he’s heart having been completely exhausted from lack of rest and sleep.
The boy decided also not to eat for approximately 2 days in a row and was named as Chuang. That being he’s first name as he’s first name is not to be disclosed to the public. This will surely make Blizzard think about putting a time setting on the game to prevent this horrible tragedy from ever happening ever again.
Chuang was found in the Private Internet cafe which he was staying in as part of he’s accommodation, a staff member found him on the 15th July and gave him a quick nudge of the shoulder. Then Chuang reacted by standing up all dazed and took just a couple of steps and then suddenly fainted to the floor. He was then immediately rushed to the nearest hospital where he tragically died later that day.
Many people on the web are saying this could have been prevented easily. The fact that the Diablo 3 game is not going anywhere fast and can be played whenever one wants, is really complicating the mindset of certain individuals involved with the game.
It’s been weeks of controversy among the Blizzard game Diablo 3 and all the mayhem in between in all. Everybody who has been following the game or even into video games would know exactly what we are talking about as it has been all over the news on all the gaming websites literally every single day.
The Diablo servers went on the day of the famous games release and their have been problems after problems with them ever since. However, Blizzard (the game developers) have come out today and said that the servers have been functioning now for the past two weeks and are okay. They go on to say that there should be no more problems regarding the Diablo servers for the foreseeable future.
A statement from the game makers Blizzard read “We are continuing to work around the clock to provide the best possible service and deliver a great gameplay experience for our Diablo 3 players around the globe.” Also in the news regarding Diablo 3, is that the popular real money auction house had gone live in the whole of Europe and the USA.
The servers thus far have been okay around the globe, even in the US and Europe since the launch of the real money auction house the signs are good and long may that continue that way. We suspect that there will be no more problems or errors when it comes to the servers anymore.