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Submitted by ChaosKnight 481d ago | article

Diablo III Makes Keywarden Grouping Easier

Hardcore Gamer: Anyone logging into Diablo III nowadays will be pleasantly surprised to find that Blizzard has made doing Key runs with groups much easier thanks to the new Keywarden grouping option in quest selection. They’ve also added more buffs, and rewards for grouping, and having 5 Nephalem Valor stacks. Especially if you’re playing on Monster Power 5 or above. While there isn’t much in the way of altering difficulty for the uninitiated, the drop rates have been tweaked a little bit, and the game seems more inclined to reward you for investing time in it. There’s also been some console inspired tweaks to the map, UI, and it seems the engine has been overhauled again; as there is a marked increase in performance overall. (Diablo III, PC)

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