More Wyatt Tweets
Today we had a couple interesting tweets from Wyatt Cheng: one to reiterating that they're sticking with 4-player limit, and the other on how they wanna make bounties more attractive. Read them below.
Originally Posted by Blizzardare bigger group sizes being considered? Even one more would be cool enough!We are happy with groups of 4. There are many reasons not to go up - such as visual noise, which is currently already high. (Source)
every bounty bag should have a chance to contain a ring of grandeur so people do other acts, tooWe would like to to make bounties in all acts more attractive and this is certainly one approach we could take. (Source)
The Ruins of Sescheron, an area previewed during Blizzcon which will have new enemies, bounties and maps to explore, is likely not coming with Patch 2.2, judging from a recent blue post. Check it out.
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)from tyvalir:
@luk: Good question! We're working to ensure that the Ruins of Sescheron is at the same level of quality as other areas of Adventure Mode. While it won't make it into patch 2.2.0, we hope to have it out to you in the near future.
The Ruins of Sescheron will indeed be coming to Adventure Mode in a later patch, as I mentioned in the comments for ourFirst Look: Patch 2.2.0 post. We're continuing to flesh out the environments we showed at BlizzCon for the area, and we can't wait to dig deeper into the "twisted nature" vibe the dev team mentioned.
On a related note, did you know there's a term for "fear of objects with irregular patterns of holes?" (Trigger warning for trypophobics!) The Rat King abides!
While we're on the subject, is there anything in particular that you guys are looking forward to about Sescheron? Is it the new environments, new enemies, or the chance to learn more about a location we only got a glimpse of in Diablo II?
Tristram Theme Cover
Jonas Lefvert, a guitar teacher from Sweden, uploaded an amazing cover of Tristram Theme to his youtube channel. Amazing quality and fidelity - definitely worth checking out!