I’m not usually one to criticize these things, but that was virtually useless. What was anyone supposed to get out of that? The cosmetic item isn’t a pet? How was that even a question to begin with?I would think that the ceiling painting video was a better bit of hype than this Twitter spaces exchange.
terrible q&apicking the worst possible "questions"using over 5 minutes to talk about the promo video which has nothing to do with the game or gameplay and about 40 seconds about the crafting system, nice jebaited for the d4 ad. blizz
worthless, dont waste your time on this
I understand it's a PR tour for the beta. But at least it could have been interesting.They were never going to pick questions that would make them look bad ever, like how they think doing a early game beta like they did in Diablo 3 is somehow now a good way to test the game system, especially when they say that some class will not be able to have their specialization in the beta (druid). How do they plan to assess the balance?But at least they could have "answered" hype stuff like:- Can unique item drop in the beta? How many? How rare?- Is there a PVP arena so people can organize some end of weekend tournaments?- Outside of the world boss, what is considered "end-game" in this beta, is there a dungeon that is level 25 and where players should hope to max out their character?All questions that could be answered on their own the day the beta launches, but at least it's fun info. No one cares if you can pet the wolf pup, what a dumb and pointless question.
It feels a lot more diablo3 than diablo2 to me. It seems that people criticized d3 not for his gameplay (who was ok) but more about itemization& affixes.Why are they doing the same mistake