This week Diablo 3 will possibly center on Blizzard’s announcement of the player-to-player auction system, there’s plenty to articulate concerning the game itself. This beta build featured all of the classes with both sexes, the early quest lines and story in the beginning of Act 1, enclosure play and the latest functioning of the full skill and crafting systems.
All of the classes are still hosting about the same skills which was seen in the past, although the class resources have been squeezed and balanced out. Wizards now run on Arcane Power, and have a few spammy damage spells counterweighed with more expensive status spells like Slow Time and an Arkon form that transforms both the character and her skills.
Blizzard is smoothing out the flow of gameplay, and one fresh choice that they have made is that players will no longer have to come back to town to sell items. Early in the game, you will get a ‘Cauldron of Jordan’ that sits in an enduring inventory slot and will pay out vendor price for anything you don’t want.
Wyatt Cheng, technical game designer at Blizzard said that “Diablo 3 is a game about customization. It’s about making interesting choices about the hero you want to be.”
Though all of the classes are solid, its worth stated that playing as the Monk specially is just an incredible experience. His combination of quick 3 stages combos and Dashing Strike is just a wonder to behold and lets you bring down a crowd of zombies with lightning speed.