Players should keep in mind that changing a core thing like item drop rates will likely have some major consequences to a many other aspects of the game as well.
Originally Posted by Blue Tracker / Official Forums)(
As designers part of our job is to understand and be aware of the ripples caused by changes we make. Reducing the drop rate of items in the future will certainly impact the rate at which players acquire gold and crafting materials and we will adjust values where necessary to compensate for this.
KageKaze's Diablo Digest
Long time forum member and prominent video creator KageKaze has made a lengthy and informative summation of his thoughts towards where Diablo 3 is right now, how the developers feel about it and where it is heading. The commentary is long and detailed.
Check out his topic where he explains the video briefly but has also made a really useful table of content so viewers are able to skip right to a part of the video which concerns them! Don't forget to also drop him some feedback!
Chris Metzen on Blizzard Art
Forbes has published an article about the book Art of Blizzard and the company's new art exhibit in Los Angeles. To answer Forbes' questions comes senior vice president of story and franchise development Chris Metzen.
The article includes two videos and their transcribed version. You can check all that on this link. The first of the two videos you can watch below.