Blizzard “Not Satisfied” With Diablo 3

TeamOverpowered 2012-07-21

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Blizzards Mike Morhaime has taken to the forums to send a message to the fans of Diablo 3. Some of you may have noticed the angle that was taken by the post. It was focused on fixing the wrongs but in a positive light. Effectively admitting blame in a round about way.

Check out some of the quotes from the forum posts below.

However, the launch had many challenges as well. It has always been difficult to forecast how many players we will have. With World of Warcraft, it was a challenge to handle the immediate demand when we launched back in 2004, and that was just in North America.

So this is where Blizzard are admitting there has been some problems and issues but put it into a good light, “challenges” is a great word to replace problems.

Hopefully this news will be a sign of good things to come for Diablo 3. The big issue with Diablo 3 is that the end game is just not sustainable. The item hunt is ok for a game like World of Warcraft because you know that you want the items for two reasons. The first reason is that you can go back to the town and flaunt all of your great armor off, which Diablo 3 lacks. The other reason is for gamers like me who want to progress their characters items to become more powerful and be able to compete in the next tier of raiding, which again Diablo 3 lacks once you have inferno completed.

All we can hope for is some great PvP and something a little extra from Blizzard. If you believe all the rumors of player numbers dropping then this can only be a good thing, Blizzard will not allow Diablo 3 to die (which it won’t anyway) so they will try and reinvigorate the end game.

For the full posts check out the following link:

Do you think Diablo 3 will have a sustainable end game? Leave your thoughts below.

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