If you’re worried about maxing out to level 60 before completing all the difficulties in Blizzard’s Diablo 3, don’t be: you’re getting 100 levels to get through.
For those of you still skeptical about whether Diablo 3 is worth your hard-earned $60, there’s a compromise available. The Diablo 3 Starter Edition is now free to play, granting access to Act 1 and up to level 13.
Blizzard’s MMORPG World of Warcraft is never ending seemingly, even after is lost almost two million subscribers throughout 2011. Diablo 3 launched during the second quarter of 2012, and has caused the MMOG to lose two million subscribers. Blizzard says the drop is temporary, but what damage will upcoming competing MMORPGs do?
How can Diablo 3 continue to have issues, seemingly, every week? That’s not for us to answer, but Blizzard is in the process of fixing another: trade scams in the Real Money Auction House.
Diablo 3 player running the title on Linux have received e-mails, banning accounts, claiming unsupported third party software has been used.
On Blizzard’s official forums for Diablo 3, community managers have admitted item collecting isn’t a long-term strategy to maintaining the player base. So, what’s coming?
Diablo 3, Blizzard’s dungeon crawling point-and-click RPG, is seeing yet another controversy: players are paying for money on zero-dollar items.
Diablo 3 players can now request refunds from Blizzard if their characters is below level 40, after the company previous refused refunds.
Diablo 3 has a tough launch – Blizzard is going against Korean law, which prompted an investigation.
Just when you thought problems couldn’t get worse, they have. Diablo 3 is having cross-nation disputes
It’s actually pretty amazing that Diablo 3 can still stand firm after numerous issues. Here are 4 reasons why Diablo 3 is so successfull
The Diablo 3 servers are, it seems, finally up to use.
Blizzard says a port of Diablo 3 to consoles will not be a simple port.
A week ahead of release, Diablo 3 has reached critical hype.