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Video: Diablo III fans go crazy for launch in London

Tuesday, 15th May 2012 14:26 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Last night’s launch event for Diablo III has been ten years in the making and it shows in 2 million pre-orders worldwide, according to Blizzard. Sam Clay talked to some of those waiting in line for the game.

Blizzard held the main UK launch event for Diablo III in HMV Oxford Street last night. We kicked Sam out of his house to interview some people in the queue.

Watch as people spill about their anticipation, which class they’re going to play as and the all-important question: are they going to pull an all-nighter?

Watch near the end for the dude who exudes Diablo III passion, and is no doubt still playing now 15 hours after the game launched. We salute you, sir.

Get it above. Despite massive teething troubles, Blizzard announced this morning 8,000 worldwide events were held last night to celebrate the release of D3, which has seen 2 million pre-orders worldwide.

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7 Comments

  1. BULArmy

    People queening for hours and they don’t know anything about the game?! How is that possible?!

    Once again we see that name only can sell…

    #1 2 years ago
  2. xino

    why does this guy keep talking like that in the video? lol

    the girl behind the guy who qeued for 2hrs, was hot man:/ wtf is she doing?

    got them to sign the chairs…HAHAHAHAHAHA

    #2 2 years ago
  3. shogoz

    xino i think you should just masturbate and pretend that she looked at you if you get that excited over any pic with a girl in it

    #3 2 years ago
  4. endgame

    This is so lame. I never understood the purpose of these parties. What about you guys?

    #4 2 years ago
  5. silkvg247

    Not a single girl interviewed..

    Guess we’re just eye candy or something.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. freedoms_stain

    @5, more likely no girls wanted to be interviewed imo :p

    #6 2 years ago
  7. damin

    Looking for US guest pass. would be awesome. ydamin(at)gmail(dot)comthanks a lot!

    #7 2 years ago

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