Diablo 15th Anniversary website goes live, firm “almost done” with Diablo III

Thursday, 5th January 2012 17:39 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Blizzard has gone live with a 15 year Anniversary website for Diablo, which offers up a timeline, game overview, a retrospective, various developer interviews, and more. In one of the interviews, Diablo III director Jay Wilson states that the studio is “almost done with Diablo III,” which is a “fitting celebration of the 15th year anniversary for Diablo.” Wilson concluded the talk on D3 stating: “We are getting it to you as soon as we can.” Check out the website through the link. Thanks, Blue.

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  1. DSB

    Unless they’re keeping some kind of “super build” out of the beta, I find it hard to believe that they’re nearly finished. It feels a lot like Torchlight at the moment. Bare bones stuff (that’s a skelePun).

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Erthazus

    I didn’t played Diablo III beta but if it is something like Torchlight than Blizzard is in big trouble.

    Starcraft II was already an ok game.
    Cataclysm was underdeveloped + full of bugs and with latest 4.3 patch content there are still a lot of issues with it.
    Mists of Pandaria looks already like a huge patch with another 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 content + one land and casual talent system.

    Blizzard under Activision is slowly dying in my eyes. I can’t see even polished products from them anymore.

    Or maybe the most talented staff is hard at work for the new MMO…

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Gheritt White

    Bear in mind that Diablo 3 isn’t coming from Blizzard North (i.e. Condor Games), so it’s bound to feel a lot different anyway.

    If this isn’t good… man. A decade’s wait and for what? I still hold out hope.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. deathgaze

    DSB: If recent similarly run betas are any indication, the beta is probably only being used to test their online infrastructure and to iron out any compatibility problems. I doubt that they’re pulling opinions and suggestions for improvement from external sources like beta testers at this late stage in development.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. DSB

    @4 Yeah, that would make sense.

    Still, it feels extremely empty, with very little of the story elements that made Diablo II worthwhile. If they have a far grander build laying around, it would make more sense to me if they were rolling that out for a stress test.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. YoungZer0

    Nah, game was dead to me as soon as they announced it had to be Online-Alltime to play. Not going to finance this kind of bullshit behavior from developers.

    #6 2 years ago