Tag Archives: DIII
Thu, Oct 17, 2013 | 21:01 BST
Wed, Sep 18, 2013 | 08:00 BST
Diablo 3 auction houses, in-game and real-money, will be culled from the game come March, the firm has announced.
Tue, Sep 03, 2013 | 14:14 BST
Diablo 3 is now available for purchase on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game will run you $59.99 ro whatever your local equivalent happens to be, and you can also pruchase it digitally from PSN. The Xbox 360 version of the game will be available through Xbox Live starting October 4. The game has been localized in English, German, French, Latin American Spanish, European Spanish, Russian, Italian, Polish, and Brazilian Portuguese “for multilingual demonic warfare.” Review scores are through here.
Thu, Jan 31, 2013 | 16:54 GMT
Blizzard has updated the Public Test Realm patch notes for Diablo 3. Through the notes, you will find some balances mentioned, the usual bug fixes, drop rate changes, account-bound craftable items with boosted stats, a damage boost for rubies, PvP duelling changes regarding damage reduction, along with changes to reflected damage. Hit the link for a read.
Sat, Sep 22, 2012 | 14:16 BST
Diablo 3 patch 1.0.5 will contain an option to allow players to appear offline. This will keep Chatty Cathy types from bothering you while in the middle of being swarmed, or if you just want to be incognito, it’s for that as well. The option will also be available in World of Warcraft and StarCraft 2 sometime after the release of each game’s upcoming expansion.
Fri, Sep 14, 2012 | 21:12 BST
Diablo 3 update 1.0.5 has been given another sneak peek by Blizzard, and this time, the blog post focuses on defensive bonuses and monster damage.
Thu, Sep 13, 2012 | 21:16 BST
Diablo 3′s update 1.0.5 is coming, and Blizzard has issued a sneak peek at the contents regarding defensive skill changes, the new Infernal Machine event, and the new Monster Power system. The developer said to look for more articles on what to expect with the patch in “the coming days.” Hopefully the wait on the actual patch won’t be much longer.
Wed, Sep 05, 2012 | 21:35 BST
The latest Diablo 3 developer journal has outlined plans Blizzard has for a buff which sets new rules for how mobs will react to crowd control effects. According to the post, crowd control resistance stat which builds when effects are applied and diminishes when they are not will be applied to mobs. There’s a chart any everything explaining how the developers came about the original implementation of CC buff, and how they will change with update 1.0.5 through the link. It should help explain to players why effects diminish as the game progresses. Thanks, >Blue.
Tue, Aug 21, 2012 | 14:59 BST
Diablo 3 game director Jay Wilson has said after update 1.0.4 releases for the RPG, the development team is “going to be looking at” the game’s difficulty options.
Fri, Aug 17, 2012 | 17:30 BST
Diablo 3 fans should go have a look at the patch preview pages for the Demon Hunter and Witch Doctor, which are now live. Each character page has details on class changes expected with version 1.0.4, which is due before the end of the month. The Witch Doctor seems to be getting the most developer attention with the patch, and Blizzard is also having a look at Hungering Arrow, currently the best-performing Hatred Generator for Demon Hunters. Go have a look through here.
Sat, Aug 11, 2012 | 16:49 BST
Fri, Aug 03, 2012 | 13:34 BST
Thu, Jul 19, 2012 | 15:30 BST
Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime has addressed issues and upcoming changes to Dibalo III over on Battle.net, and amidst thanking the fans for their support and patting his team on the back for the job it has done, he also admitted there were things still to be worked on when it comes to gameplay, and community feedback.
Tue, Jul 17, 2012 | 17:42 BST
Fri, Jul 06, 2012 | 14:06 BST
Blizzard has said it will allow more commodity trading in Diablo III via the real-money auction house “soon.”
Fri, Jun 29, 2012 | 18:52 BST
Blizzard has issued a hotfix for Diablo III which increases the chance of high-end loot drops by monsters in all Inferno acts, and acts 3 and 4 in Hell mode. The chance of looting level 63 items have also increases significantly, and bosses are now guaranteed one Rare item at the least for players with four stacks of Nephalem Valor. If a player has five stacks of Nephalem Valor, bosses will drop at least two Rare items. The list of hotfixes can be found through here, but note that if you have yet to finish the game on Normal difficulty, the list may contain some spoilers.
Fri, Jun 22, 2012 | 07:59 BST
Thu, Jun 21, 2012 | 13:39 BST
Blizzard is handing out refunds to players of Diablo III in South Korean over server issues stemming from Error 37. The firm’s refund policy originally allow for returns of a game already used, but South Korean law guarantees refunds of products within seven days; therefore, the firm had to comply. Players under level 40 can apply for a refund starting June 25 and until July 3, and going forward, those who are level 20 and below can obtain a refund within two weeks of purchase date. Those above level 40 are out of luck. Last month, the Korean Fair Trade Commission steeped into Blizzard’s Seoul offices to investigate after numerous claims were filed against the firm. Via WSJ.
Sat, Jun 09, 2012 | 20:10 BST
Blizzard has announced that in preparation for the launch of the Diablo III real-money auction house, it has made some changes to account-security measures required to use Battle.net Balance.
Thu, May 31, 2012 | 17:26 BST
Blizzard’s Seoul offices were raided by Korean authorities this week due to customer complaints filed with the country’s Fair Trade Commission. Customers complained to the body Blizzard refused to offer refunds to players unhappy with the game, and the FTC is currently investigating whether the firm was “ill-prepared” for the amount of players crushing its game servers. It is also looking into whether Blizzard’s no-return policy violates Korean law on electronic commerce and commercial contracts. A spokeperson for the FTC told The Korean Times it had received enough complaints from Diablo III players to launch the investigation, despite Blizzard adding more servers to help alleviate some of the player crush. If the firm is found to be acting counter to FTC laws, it will be forced to issue refunds to those who request it. Thanks, Shack.