Last Wednesday, game designers Wyatt Cheng and Travis Day joined Archon the Wizard in his anniversary stream on Twitch to chat about the game, address some popular community topics, and answer questions live from viewers.
In case you weren't able to tune in on May 15, you can still catch the full discussion below. There's about 4 hours worth of content, so (in the words of Deckard Cain)...stay awhile and listen.
(Warning: videos contain mature language.)
Thank you to Archon the Wizard for hosting this chat, and to everyone who stopped by to watch and ask questions!
Looking for a transcript of the stream? Be sure to head on over to Diablo IncGamers for a recap (courtesy of Flux).
Another small feature in the upcoming 0.11.0 patch is the addition of Weathered Carvings to many Act One areas. These stones are remnants of the Karui civilisation and, when clicked, play a voice-acted passage of Wraeclast's past. These are entirely thematic and don't have any gameplay consequences but are a great opportunity to expose new players to more backstory. Read More.
Written by Aaron Williams (Nodwick, North 40) and illustrated by French artist Joseph Lacroix (L'Encyclopédie du mal), Diablo: Sword of Justice is set to release in trade paperback this July!
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One of the small changes in the upcoming 0.11.0 patch is that the next few race events are shown on the character selection screen. This will make it easy to see what events are going to start soon when you begin your play session, without having to visit the full event calendar on the website. One of the goals of this patch is to make it easier to select which league to play in, so pulling out running/upcoming events helps achieve this. Read More.