The hellgates stand fully open, as now you can try Diablo III—absolutely FREE—on your platform of choice:
Each of these options allows you to play Diablo III for free up to the Skeleton King in Act I, so if you've been looking try out the game for the first time, or even get just get a feel for the controls on a new platform—your hour has come.
If you're looking for more info on any of these free editions of Diablo III, you can check out the full Console Demo FAQ hereor the PC/MAC Starter Edition FAQ here.
Are we gonna need the gear we want our current gear to look like in our stash or there will be a void storage ? or is there going to be a full list of all items you have acquired at least once, even if you dont have it anymore that you can choose from?
We know inventory space is precious, so you won't be required to keep the "visual" item in order to use it's appearance. Instead, you'll unlock the item's appearance across all Normal (or Hardcore) characters on the account once you've picked it up. Any item appearance that's been unlocked will be stored in the transmogrification UI.
To commemorate the release of Diablo III on the PS3 and Xbox 360, Penny Arcade has teamed up with Katie Rice, recent winner of PA's Strip Search webcomic reality show, to create five new comics about what you can expect when playing Diablo III on console.
The first two panels await you below, while the rest will be revealed throughout the week. Be sure to stay tuned to diablo3.com to catch the entire series.
Until then, we'll see you in Sanctuary!
ChromeOnRust's Best Act 1 Farming Areas
ChromeOnRust is back from a small break and is again ready to unleash his numbers upon the DIablo 3 world. His most recent video has some great number crunching on what are the best zones in Act 1 for experience and Elite farming, which is a great thing to do right now, considering the upcoming retroactive Paragon 2.0 changes!
You can also leave him some feedback and check out some of his more recent videos in his well kept and organized thread on our forums!
Bashiok - Blizzard Representative - 08/01/2011 -"So how many skill combinations are there now? Well taking into account 6 active skills, all the rune combinations, and 3 passives we currently expect each class to have roughly 2,285,814,795,264 different build combinations."
"Hey, I thought you'd like the witty irony of grub-on-glowie violence!"