Perhaps in attempt to appease the increasingly frustrated fanbase of Diablo fans, Blizzard has announced a new wave of beta test invites are being sent out for those who have opted in via their Battle.net account. I can confirm that one of my close friends was amongst those selected; I however was not.
According to Blizzard’s blog post:
We could see this as a sign to placate the uproar and neo-hostile fans, or as a positive sign that testing has moved out of a development phase and into a stress-testing phase, where Blizzard tests the load capabilities of the hardware server infrastructure necessary to support Diablo III’s
anti-theft DRM scheme player-game-experience-protection-device which requires that a player be connected to Blizzard’s Battle.Net servers to play.
If you are still reading this post and you haven’t logged into your Battle.Net account to see if you can download the game, please do so now and let us know in the comments if you got in. If you did, what the game is like?Tweet
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I was introduced to video games on the Atari 2600, and quickly moved to a Nintendo, where The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and Dragon Warrior dominated my early non-Mario years. Now days, I do mostly PC gaming, and some console gaming. I’ve been in and out of rehab, and there’s no saving a nerd like me. NerdLife4Ever.
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