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At an event in Irvine on Tuesday, Blizzard told us that Diablo 3 will be online only. Without an internet connection, you can't play the game at all.


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Alot of people still play diablo 2 online, and offline, including myself. And ofc diablo3, its amazing in depth with customizations you can have.


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I don't even like using the followers. Sometimes solo feels right; early playthroughs especially. Then you tag on the DRM. I guess ultimately offering a single player version has it's benefits, but I can totally see why, from a business perspective, always connected DRM is super attractive. This is one of the reasons why Torchlight felt like a waste of time to me as well. The only multiplayer Diablo I really enjoyed were D2 LAN parties with all the players communicating and chilling out in the same room. AKA in my games, if someone's loot is weak, I have him go a disabling build, like a wizard with frost nova, ice blizzard, etc. The always online occasional slowdown, and ,for me, rare server glitches are the only issues left. Yes and no. I just can't imagine playing past Hell without doing any trading at all. Currently I am playing all 5 character classes side by side, that way I got the full breath of the experience and no loot gets wasted. An interesting array of opinions. To me it doesn't seem particularly interesting to begin with and in the long run shit like that is extremely likely to drive me utterly insane when I have to listen to some amount of that dribble over and over again.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Though I appreciate most gamers have good internet connections I simply dont. Nothing beat the thrill of joining up with friends and going online to take down the Prime Evils! It would be annoying having different characters for offline and online but it would be better than the way it currently is. Couldn't care less if I could not transfer it over to online personally. I played the trial edition of the game and the Torchlight 2 beta by myself so I know I would get loot lust regardless if anyone is gonna see the gear on my little ass character or not. I'll never play this game online, I only enjoy soloing. The collector's edition with the ridiculous statue. Soloing might be okay but its much more fun to play online, if I had known I could just play solo on Bnet in D2 and then join up with people once I was done that would have been my go to option. Quipido said:. However to play on battle. I would play offline for my first play-through to experience the story but after that no. Yes, because Diablo 3 in on my laptop and 4 out of 7 days of the week I'm on the train. I like to play co-op with friends and only friends , but truth be told, I spend most of my gaming time playing only the single player modes-- believe it or not, I spent dozens of hours playing Diablo 2 back in the day and never even touched the multiplayer. If it hadn't been for Inferno, I'd probably say yes. But for a time, there was actually an economy. This is it for me, too. I'm very tolerant of the whole thing but it's still been a bit annoying. Doesn't mean that I don't fully understand people who do though. Well, so far I had no problems while playing, so I suppose being actually offline wouldn't make much of a difference to me. If someone says online is irrelevant they are not experiencing the full breadth of the game. The possible console version definitely won't require a constant internet connection, not this generation at least. Not from latency. I have limited time to access interent, a terribly low speed and higher latency than you would expect from home broadband. That way people who do care about PvP or playing with strangers in a somewhat balanced game with a stable economy can have that, people who don't want to log in to servers but still play with their friends occasionally can have that, and people who want to mess about getting the best items through trainers can do so with their friends without messing it up for anyone else. I don't care about PvP or playing with strangers, if they're afraid of people duping items or whatever let me choose a mode that I can play either in offline singleplayer or just with friendlisted people. That would ensure that no one could mess with those characters and bring them online and lets people play the game in offline mode if they want. What's the point of loot if you can't show it off? During the first few hours of my early playthrough, I was all "grr, hate always online rabble rabble" and then the servers became more stable. I still think they should have handled it like this. Loot seems pointless if your not advancing relatively to your piers, I don't give a shit about beating the same monsters i've already beaten with the only difference being that there are just higher numbers popping up. I most certainly would. And they've become far less frequent lately too. Way too much disposable story, lore, forced storyline companions and such nonsense. I wouldn't play a offline mode in Diablo 3 any more than I would play Dungeon Defenders offline. Due to a lack of wifi on the train, an offline mode would be fantastic. Hell no since those characters wouldn't be allowed online. Yeah I would. With all that I can't support this game with my money. I will not buy Diablo 3 because of this requirment even though I had originally intended to because the game, which id be playing alone mostly, would be inaccesable to me a large amount of the time. Offline mode would have to be completely segregated. There are lots of people who dont have great internet connections so having the game limited to when you have good enough internet is a pretty solid way to stop me playing. Not everyone plays the game for the same reasons I play it for, and they shouldn't have to conform to arbitrary rules that prevent them from playing the way they want to play. Yes I would. I don't run in a large circle of friends who have been waiting for Diablo 3 for 11 years so if I play co-op it might be with 1 maybe 2 people I know at best. In the end, the old Battle. It might actually make me interested in Diablo 3. Other than that I'm only interested in laid back, secluded play to check out all the cool abilities with added loot drops as a filler game. Yes, I would. Now, while I still solo, the ability to chat to any of my friends while I'm in-game is really nice, and I'm excited about the prospect of playing with my friends on a higher difficulty. Enter Diablo III, and they have taken out the offline mode, which in my mind, had no worth. From what I've seen of D3 I have not and will not buy it as long as it requires to be played as a borderline MMO it seems like an atrocious multiplayer game for my tastes. I play alone anyway. But seeing as how there's a 4 player limit and some real limitations on character customization.. Thing is, all you have to do is set joiners to invite only, or click 'busy', and it's pretty much no hassle solo time anyway. I understand the reasoning for the always online connection for those who want to play multiplayer, but it would have been nice if we could opt-in or opt-out from the start. I pretty much play it alone most of the time, but I would also want the auction house and that probably wouldn't work if everyone could use trainers and stuff offline a lot of people would just give themselves the best gear from the start anyway. The few games I really do play online every once in a while have to be in-depth and quite competitive and I'm likely to put in hundreds of hours over months or years because I want to compete on as high a level as I possibly can and not be some sort of cannon-fodder content tourist. Also I think they've patched it since. I have limited time to play these days, and because I do want to play online at some point, leveling another character in single player is kinda pointless for me. Yeah I would, and why should I have to choose between "playing with no one else ever" and "always being online, even in singleplayer in case I want to join up with my freinds? Steams ease of use and sales over the past few years has certainly curtailed piracy on PC, but for a while a lot of devs didn't want to put out games on PC in the same way that the PSP became too much of a risk. I guess this is how religious people feel when they say they feel a connection with whatever god they believe exists. Since I know that char's gonna die sooner or later, I'm not as invested in it. It can't connect to the multiplayer servers and it can't access the auction houses. And those events were often as much about an actual party as they were about gaming for us. Luckily I'm not having any latency issues or an unstable internet connection so it doesn't matter to me personally I'm always online. Well I guess I would. People forget that consoles have DRM running constantly, but because the OS is locked down, this doesn't require an internet connection, where as a PC can have such things disabled so easily. I'm on my hell run and I don't much care to play with others. Obviously the characters from offline couldn't be taken online, because it was so easy to train a character. It would be nice to remove the slight lag hitches and somewhat annoying disconnects. I would, I play it Single player right now. In six years when they announce Diablo 4 than yeah I'd like to play the single player again for nostalgia purposes and would have no interest in playing online really. This DRM is annoying the shit out of me. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Back when Diablo II launched, I played it half way through and then got bored. I'd probably only play single player offline for a hardcore mode character only. I'd hack the shit out of my character with something like Jamella's and probably enjoy the game quite a bit, so yeah. I made a new character on Battle. What matters is the utility of your skills juxtaposed to your allies. It would be an odd way to play as well as serving no point where I could salvage something if even playing a throw away character online. I don't feel the need to justify my ridiculous time investment loot grinds by showing it off to other people, so yes. But at the moment playing on Inferno the game has turned much more into a trading game rather than a looting game. Oh yes I would play solo offline if I had a choice. I haven't played it with anyone else, but I still like the always online because it feels like I'm connected to something larger than myself. I wouldn't, personally.