Dämonenjäger auf der Jagd in Diablo 3Einige Inhalte von Diablo 3 sorgen immer wieder für Diskussionen unter den Spielern, darunter u.a. auch das Echtgeld-Auktionshaus. Bereits vor einigen Tagen nahm sich Blueposter Nakatoir die Zeit, um im EU-Forum auf einige Fragen und Diskussionspunkte genauer einzugehen.

U.a ging Nakatoir auf die Beschwerde eines Spielers ein, der beklagte, dass nach über 4.500 getöteten Champion Packs und um die 300 Schatzgoblins deutlich sichtbar sei, dass es kaum nützliche Drops gebe. Hier wies Nakatoir auf Hotfixes bezüglich der Drop-Raten hin (die mittlerweile bereits implementiert wurden). Zudem betonte der Blueposter erneut, dass eine deutliche Verstärkung der legendären Items geplant sei, die diese besser als blaue Items machen soll.

Auch auf den Vorwurf, Diablo 3 sei um das Echtgeld-Auktionshaus herum entwickelt worden, ging Nakatoir ein und erklärte, dies sei keineswegs der Fall. Das RMAH sei komplett optional, niemand würde dazu gezwungen werden es zu nutzen. Es stelle lediglich einen zusätzlichen Service dar, der genutzt werden könne wenn man das wolle. Dasselbe gelte für das goldbasierte Auktionshaus.

With over 4500 champion packs killed and like 300 goblins, it’s just plain obvious how this game is completely designed around pulling out your creditcard. We were unable to progress without using the AH, fine. We’ll use it and then use the bought gear to farm Act 3 or so to get to Act 4.

The problem is NOTHING of use drops. NOTHING. My friend got 8 legendaries in those hours, I got one. Of which exactly 9 were useless. Alot of rares drop, one was useful so far after buying AH gear. Now we’ve reached the new patch which was supposed to fix alot of stuff and it increased repair cost.

We will be applying hotfixes which will be further buffing the drop chances of higher level loot in Inferno difficulty, keep an eye on our „Diablo III Hotfixes – June“ blog to see what the new drop chances will be. On the topic of your legendary drops, we are planning a strong buff to legendary items that will make them flat out better than blue items; however this will sadly not be retroactive.

The point of Diablo was never to kill Diablo, it was to grind for gear. I’ve had hundreds of hours of fun while doing that in D2. The idea of killing champions instead of doing a million mephisto/diablo/baal runs for items was pretty good, I liked it. Nephalem stacks, pretty good too (to some degree).

It’s great to hear how you like the system of the Nephalem buff and having to explore the world for champion packs instead of simply killing a single boss many, many times. This is much better to me as well than the constant boss runs in Diablo II. It gets me exploring and searching for the champion packs and each time it is different as the area you encounter the champion pack in, the affixes they have and the monster type they are will make me approach each one differently.

Now to speak of co-op. Co-op is a punishment in Diablo 3. Elite packs with over 6.4 million health. Packs with invulnerable minions, horde, vortex, arcane, plague, molten and so forth. I’ve just had a pack with arcane, plague, molten and mortar and I honestly laughed. Some combinations are just redicilous. But who cares, atleast they drop something worth the 20 minutes it took to kill them right? If you wonder, they gave me ilvl 55 wrists with health regen and indestructibility. Hooray.

The luck of the affixes you get landed with can sometimes be very frustrating but it’s part of the challenge; I remember getting a vortex, invulnerable minions, horde, extra health and it was so hard to kill 🙁 But the great feeling of eventually overcoming such a pack is fantastic. Sometimes it can be saddening to see that effort results in poor loot, but when that you find a Ilvl 63 rare that rolls near perfect stats you do not forget the feeling!

But the idea of designing D3 around some crappy system which should be OPTIONAL for the rich or spoiled called the RMAH, is fatal.

The RMAH is not what Diablo III is designed around and it is fully optional, it is never forced upon you to use it. I myself have not used it yet, neither for selling or buying but I may some point in the future. It is simply an additional service that you can utilize if you so decide, the same goes for the gold AH. (Quelle)


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Kommentare zu "Diablo 3: Drops, Echtgeld-Auktionshaus und Co. – Antworten auf Spieler-Fragen"

"The RMAH is not what Diablo III is designed around and it is fully optional, it is never forced upon you to use it"

HAHAHA da kommen mir fast die Tränen vor lachen!