Blizzard has just posted the official patch notes for 1.0.4, which is going live today.
Looks good but i would like to see more game modes like pvp , maybe some sort of versus more co-op challenge modes perhaps , rather than playing the same 4 acts over and over to achieve paragon levels or what ever they are lol.
What will it even matter if they ever bring out PvP? The people who spend the most money on the RMAH are just gonna dominate anyway. Diablo III has been dead to me for months.
These patches should come more often to add to the fun.
I'm so glad to hear they're finally implementing offline-mode. Finally, I'll be able to play the game without lag!
The 1.04 patch notes you say? 'Oh CRAP. GW2 is coming out... DO something' That would be the short version.
I tried the patch last night, despite my two main character's builds getting nerfed(skill buffs you say? HA, they nerfed WW/CM wiz and Tank DH to the ground). While it was slightly more fun(a few skills got good upgrades, Vault - cinders for one) and loot did seem to be better... but, it really was just too late. I hadn't played for two months. I've already given up on the game; and changes that should have been there from the beginning aren't going to bring me back. Specially with GW2 head-start starting this weekend. Overall I'd say it's a positive patch, and a much needed one at that. But, I think it's too late to change majority of people's opinions.
Patch is awesome. Made an already good game even more epic. The people bitching about doing the same acts and quests over and over obviously wernt d2 fans and shouldn't have ever bought d3. Grinding and slowly becoming stronger was what it was all about. I played d2 for 4 years straight like crack to become the beast I was. Only thing I dislike about the game is the real money auction house. Even though u could buy d2 items with real money, they have made it way to easy to do it in this one. Other than that this is a solid action rpg and will hold the crown for best overhead action rpg out.
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