The Diablo Immortal Season 3 update, entitled Aspect of Justice, brings a brand-new battle pass and a tonne of bug fixes. Then, there's also a new Vote Kick feature in Diablo Immortal, which many players should be happy about.
Diablo Immortal needed a Vote Kick feature. One of the most infuriating things about grouping up in dungeons or Helliquary raids is people not accepting the queue or going about their business with other tasks instead of getting ready.
This article explains how you can use the Diablo Immortal Vote Kick feature in parties and raids and when it becomes active.
Diablo Immortal Vote Kick - How To Use
With the Diablo Immortal Season 3 update, Blizzard has added the Vote Kick feature, allowing players to vote on kicking a raid group or party member.
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To use the Vote Kick feature in Diablo Immortal, players will have to wait until the game detects a raid or party member engaging in other in-game activities or continuously rejects the queue. This also goes for inactive players.
After some time (currently, exact timing is not available), the Vote Kick feature will become active, allowing others to start voting.
The vote must be unanimous for a player to get kicked from a party.
Blizzard explains why they added the Vote Kick feature in Diablo Immortal Season 3: "Vote to Kick is being added to streamline the experience of partying up with players. We have noticed that as soon as one player holds up the group, others start leaving, and then you're left starting over from scratch.
"We see Vote to Kick as a way for the group to collectively remove those who are holding up the process and feel like this provides agency for a group of players to stick with getting an activity going as soon as possible."
While it is easy to use the Vote Kick feature in Diablo Immortal, it will take some time for the game to detect unwanted party member behavior. This system should stop players from abusing the system, kicking others simply because they don't like a player name, for example.
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So that's a step-by-step guide to using the Vote Kick feature in Diablo Immortal Season 3. While there are already safeguards, we urge players not to abuse this feature.
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