Activision says that a Diablo 3 Expansion is in the works, but won’t talk about dates yet.
Acitivsion had an earnings call today, and during the call some new information about Diablo 3 was unveiled. An expansion is coming to Diablo 3, but just like most Blizzard projects, estimation of arrivial is unknown. Even with Diablo 3 having insanely odd DRM, has sold over 10 million copies.
A Diablo 3 expansion might be a really good idea after the rocky reception the game received with gamers around the world. Many gamers who purchased Diablo 3 expressed that the game was broken due to issues such as unbalanced classes and a broken loot system. Since it’s release, patches have been made available that dded a new leveling system known as The Paragon System, and the loot drop rates have been significantly changed. Even with all of the patches, a lot of gamers still feel like something just inst right about Diablo 3.
Will a Diablo 3 expansion get you back into the game? Let us know in the comments below.
Diablo 3 finally feels somewhat like a Diablo game after patch 1.0.4
Diablo 3 was a game I had waited over a decade for. Years passed after its announcement in 2008, and others like me couldn’t wait to take on the Lord of Terror once again. Finally, when that fateful day hit in 2012, many gamers were upset over the changes that were made to the core formula.
Diablo 2 was iconic. It set the standard for what a dungeon crawler should be, and for years many games tried to replicate it with no success. The lengthy progression system, compelling story and addicting loot system kept the game from getting boring for many years after its launch. Clearly, Diablo 3 was going to be just as addicting and iconic as its predecessor. How wrong gamers were.
This weeks episode of For the Love of Gaming Podcast is packed with new and old games.
Garrett and Casey tried out the demo for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron on the Xbox 360.
Kirby Superstar made a return when Garrett played it on our Twitch Page.
Chris rediscovers Halo: Combat Evolved on the Xbox 360 remake.
Cory gave up his Wizard and Diablo 3, and tries to catch em all in Pokemon Heart Gold.
Megaman 2 might be coming to the US on the 3DS virtual console.
Quakecon brought news about Doom 4.
SSX to get a new multiplayer feature that includes live racing.
Grid 2 incoming?
Crytek says Crysis 3 is not in development on the Wii U
While the gaming world is a little slow, enjoy another great edition of the For the Love of Gaming Podcast.
Chris finished Prince of Persia, and enjoyed some Minecraft.
Garrett was on the 4LOG Twitch TV page playing Donkey Kong Country 2, and Skyrim on the PC.
Cory talks even more Diablo 3.
TMT: Most antcipated game for the 2012 holiday season.
Dawnguard possibly not coming to PC and PS3?
Crysis 3 Wii U might still happen.
This weeks’ episode of For the Love of Gaming Podcast is a little slow, but still awesome as always.
Chris spent some more time with The Prince of Persia.
Another Diablo 3 rant/discussion breaks out.
Casey tells his Steam Summer Sale tragedy/accomplishment.
Cory got some time with Wreckateer.
Ten Minute Topic: Why does Nintendo have the Wii U Pro controller?
EA says next gen consoles will be out in 2013.
Final Fantasy 13 versus rumored to be canceled.
Windows 8 coming October 28th.
Sam Rami leaves the World of Warcraft film.
Ten Minute Topic: Ouya Console
Sonic Adventure 2 Coming to XBLA and PSN this Fall.
Fornite to be the first Unreal Engine 4 game. Coming to PC.
Dead Pool game confirmed.
PS3 Super Slim pictures and details leaked.
Halo 4 limited edition console coming alongside Halo 4.
We have returned from our unexpected vacation, and the For the Love of Gaming Podcast crew has played a ton of games.
The 4LOG crew played, Batman Arkham Aslyum, Lollipop Chainsaw, Diablo 3, The Amazing Spiderman, and much much more.
TMT: Is the gaming industry about to crash?
343 rumored to be remaking Halo 2.
Far Cry 3 delayed till November.
Nights HD remake incoming this fall.
Blizzard admits end game content in Diablo 3 is lacking.
PS1 classics coming to the Vita.
Last of Us and Assassins Creed 3 take home many E3 awards.
3DS XL unveiled by Nintendo.
Iwata from Nintendo thinks the Xbox 720/Xbox 8 and PS4 wont be that much more powerful than the Wii U.