In this in installment, we take a look at two classes, the Barbarian and the Monk.
Blizzard has shot down rumors of its "casual MMO" making an appearance next month at BlizzCon 2011. Hey, at least there will be the Foo Fighters...
The long-rumored "casual MMO" Titan may be revealed at BlizzCon 2011 next month due to pressure caused by Diablo 3's delay and the release of ST:TOR.
Blizzard is thinking about a console version of Diablo 3 because gamepad support "feels even better" than the classic mouse/keyboard combo.
Blizzard has never considered itself as a PC gaming developer, just a developer of games that happen to reside on the PC.
Blizzard's next six releases over the next three years will likely be two for World of Warcraft, two for StarCraft 2 and two for Diablo 3.
Unlike EA's Battlefield 3, Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will come packed with Steamworks. The game is also ready for pre-purchase reservations (aka pre-order) on Valve's steamy network.
Diablo 3 will have a fourth difficulty mode, Inferno, that will feature enemies at levels higher than the player character level cap.
After fans began to complain about Diablo 3's "always connected" requirement, Blizzard responded with a lengthy answer to their concerns.
Blizzard lost another 300,000 subscribers during Q2 2011, but there will be a major content release coming later this year.
On the plus side, Blizzard will provide an auction house that deals in cash. On the negative side, Diablo 3 will require a constant Internet connection. You can forget about mods, too.
Despite reports of a PC beta this Fall, desktop and laptop gamers won't get an Elite taste until the service goes live in November.
It's not a time-limited demo, but Blizzard's new World of Warcraft Starter Edition isn't exactly a free-to-play MMORPG, either.
Blizzard is holding a special Diablo 3 press event at the end of July, supposedly focused on the upcoming public beta.