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Diablo III Details Disappoint Gamers

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If you are a fan of the Diablo franchise from Blizzard, you have probably been waiting for the new game in the franchise to land called Diablo III. Some details on the game surfaced today and hardcore gamers can trust me when I say you won’t be happy.

Diablo

The game will require a constant internet connection and there is no offline mode. You can only play online as you can in World of Warcraft. There will be no single player missions to learn on as there were in the past Diablo titles. The bigger bad news is that Blizzard has specifically disallowed game mods and bots. That means no hacks for new game play sadly.

The final bit of bad news is that all of the items in the online auction houses will be sold for real world money. That means rather than farming for gold and making loot killing things, you will have to get out your wallet. There are locks in place though that prevents low-level characters from just buying the best weapons. Some items are locked to specific level characters.

[via Rockpapershotgun]



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